NAIA Terminal 2

Terminal 2 operates with domestic and international flights by Philippine Airlines, the national flag carrier, and also by PAL Express.

This terminal is also known as Centennial Terminal in order to commemorate the centennial year of declaration of Philippine independence.

The building has 6 levels, all focused to the central one, known as Rotunda. The shape of NAIA Terminal 2 is like a “V” with North and South sides. The Northern side operate with international flights, the Southern side serves domestic flights.


Inter-Terminal Transportation

Terminals are connected one each other by a free shuttle bus which runs every 15 minutes 24 hours through Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4. Passengers require to clear immigration and customs prior to use this service.

Though travellers report that the service is not really reliable due to the Manila hectic traffic and have preferred to take a taxi instead. Even so, waiting times for getting a taxi may be larger than an hour.

Also, Philippine Airlines operates an airside shuttle service between Terminals 2 and 3 in order to connect to PAL Express flights. 



Each wing has 2 levels:

  • Ground Level: Arrivals.
  • Second Level: Departures, Check-in and Boarding areas.

It has 12 aerobridges that link directly Terminal 2 to the planes.

There is a central park that surrounds the NAIA Control Tower.



See the available airlines in Terminal 2



The following services are available at Naia Terminal 2:

  • Food, drink and retail concessions
  • Information point
  • Immigration counters
  • Phones
  • Restrooms
  • Banking facilities (including banks, currency exchange and ATMs)


Useful information

Lost & Found: email - - Phone: +63 2 877 1109 local 2870

Bureau of Immigration - email: Phone: +63 2 879 6017 / +63 2 879 6018

Passenger & Customer Relations - email: - Phone: +632 877 1109 local 2212

Terminal Security & Safety - email: - Phone: +63 2 877-1109 local 2268



Check this map in order to get an idea of the terminal location.