Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Aquino International Airport,
Pascay City 1300, Manila, Philippines
||The airport is located
7 kilometres or 4 miles south of the city centre (Metro Manila)
||(02) 833 5998
||(0)2 833 1180
GMT + 8 Hours
Close to the old terminal is the new Centennial Terminal II,
serving as the international and domestic hub for the national
carrier, Philippine Airlines. It also serves a number
of major airlines and charter flights from Japan, Hong Kong,
Taiwan and other regional centres. Philippine Airlines flies
to 26 cities in 19 countries and has flights to and from 43
domestic destinations. Other domestic carriers are Air
Philippines and Cebu Pacific. International airlines
serving the Philippines include Canadian Airlines,
Cathay Pacific, Gulf Air, Kuwait Airways, Lufthansa, Malaysia
Airlines, Northwest Airlines, Qantas, Singapore Airlines and
A Jeepney operates between the terminals for a small fare.
All Philippine Airline flights operate from Centennial
From Metro Manila take the South Superhighway to the airport.
Car parks are available in front of the International Passenger
Terminal (parking A, B and C) and in front of Centennial Terminal
Avis, Budget and Hertz
have car hire services at the airport.
Air: Charter flights can
be arranged at the airport for travel to the islands within
Road: Drive time to the city centre, Metro Manila,
can vary subject to the time of day. This could probably range from 30 minutes (at best) up to 2
hours during peak times.
Taxi: There are yellow metered taxis which should be booked at one of the taxi stands prior to
leaving the airport. Complimentary hotel transportation can
be arranged at the airport's hotel reservations desks. Flagging
a taxi on the roadside outside the airport can be very expensive
and dangerous. Only take a taxi with a Department of Tourism
Bus: An airport bus operates
to the city centre (Metro Manila) and takes approximately 45 minutes. An inexpensive and regular Metrobus which takes about 60 to 90 minutes,
also operates to the city centre. For transportation to Cubao, Makati,
Quezon City or any other destinations along Manila's ring
road, buses can be
outside the airport on the main
road. They depart every 15 minutes between 5.00 am and 11.00 pm. These buses are
behind the car park and under the flyover to the right. They
also make stops outside the Domestic Terminal.
Are privately-owned and operate from and to Baclaran where there
is a metro rail terminal along Quirino Avenue to complete
the journey to the city. The metro rail runs to Pedro
Gil station in Malate or United Nations Avenue in Ermita between
5.30 am and 10.30 pm daily.
Information and Help Desks
Information desks are open 24 hours and tourist counters can
be found in the Arrivals hall.
Airport facilities include a post office (open Monday to Sunday 8.00 am to 11.00 pm)
and banks. All banks provide a bureau de change service during
flight operations. They are located in both the Arrivals and
There are numerous bars and restaurants.
Duty-free shops are available.
A left-luggage room, porters, massage, baby-changing facilities,
24-hour medical centre and pharmacy.
and Business Facilities
A business centre, Internet access, computer rental, fax service,
telephone and executive lounge can all be found at the airport.
The airport is wheelchair-accessible. Wheelchairs can be requested
from the airline ground staff. The airport is improving its
facilities for those passengers with hearing disabilities
and those visually-impaired.
The only airport hotel is located 2 kilometres or 1 mile from the terminal.
Hotels in Manila include the Best
Western La Corona, Hyatt
Regency Manila, and Heritage
Hotel Manila. Discounted reservations can be made through
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