Manila Airport Terminals

Manila airport has 4 Terminals that operate almost as independent airports: NAIA Terminal 1, NAIA Terminal 2, NAIA Terminal 3 and NAIA Terminal 4.

 

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. 

 

Terminals

Manila Airport consist of four passenger terminals: Terminal 1, 2, 3 and 4

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Terminal 1

Terminal 1 mainly serves all the international flights from and to Manila Airport excepting the ones operated by PAL Express, Cebu Pacific Air, Philippine Airlines, All Nippon Air (ANA), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Emirates Airline, Cathay Pacific Airways and Singapore Airlines carriers.

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Terminal 2 (Centennial Terminal)

Terminal 2, also named as Centennial Terminal, exclusively hosts both domestic and international flights operated by the national flag carrier, Philippine Airlines, and PAL Express carriers. The terminal consists of the North and the South wings, distributed into two levels.

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Terminal 3

Terminal 3 stands for the newest and largest airport terminal. It is intended to host international flights, mostly operated by Cebu Pacific Air, All Nippon Air (ANA), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Emirates Airline, Cathay Pacific Airways and Singapore Airlines, though it is expected to progressively host all the international operations from and to Manila Airport.

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Terminal 4 (Domestic Terminal)

Terminal 4 is the main domestic gateway in Manila Airport. It is commonly known as Manila Domestic Passenger Terminal or simply Old Domestic Terminal, being de facto the oldest airport terminal. Domestic and regional flights are served by Cebgo and other non-international carriers.

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