How would you rate Manila Airports
If you have never travelled to the Philippines before it can get REALLY confusing on which Manila Airport you are supposed to use. Some people also refer to Clerk as a Manila airport when in fact it is many miles away from Manila. So for those of you scratching your head and biting your fingernails here is an overview of Manila airports.
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Ninoy Aquino) or NAIA also known as Manila International Airport. This airport deals mainly with international flights but not all. It is a little run down, but despite its appearance it does in the main cope with the job. From this airport you can pick up very regular shuttle buses or taxis to the other Manila airports that are all VERY near each other. I say near, but add the Manila traffic and the distances become irrelevant as the traffic never moves well.
Old Domestic airport Manila is also known as terminal 4. This is the airport that caters for most (but not all) domestic flights inside the Philippines. Terminal 4 is located along Domestic Road through which NAIA Shuttle buses and vans pass on its way to Terminal 1 and 2 from Terminal 3. The terminal of this shuttle service for both departing and arriving passengers of our premier airport is located at Pasay Rotunda, adjacent to MRT-3 and a pedestrian bridge away from LRT-1.
Terminal 3 Cebu Pacific check-in at Terminal 3
The third terminal of the airport, Terminal 3 or NAIA-3, is the newest and biggest terminal in the NAIA complex, wherein construction started in 1997.This serves all Cebu Pacific domestic and international flights.
Terminal Two: This building is for Philippine Airlines flight only-international and domestic.