[Infographic] The Quickest Ways to get to NAIA’s 4 Terminals

Published: November 26, 2015 | Updated: July 3, 2020 | Posted by: Carlo Miguel Castañeda | Lifestyle


Quickest Ways to get to NAIA's 4 Terminals

Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is the Metro Manila’s hub for international and domestic flights. It is the fifth busiest airport in Asia after Jakarta, Bangkok, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur.

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Each of NAIA’s terminals service different airlines; international carriers (with a few exceptions) mostly fly into Terminal 1, while domestic flights operate out of Terminals 2, 3, and 4. Knowing how to get to each one is a great way to prevent being late to your flight.

Here’s a look at the 4 NAIA Terminals and how to get there.
Quickest Ways to get to NAIA Terminals Infogprahic
There are several ways to get to each of the terminals, but the four main roads that cars use to these airports are NAIA Road, Ninoy Aquino Avenue, Andrews Avenue, and Domestic Road

Terminal 1

Serviced Carriers:

Air China, Air Niugini, Asiana Airlines, China Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Dragonair, Etihad Airways, EVA Air, Gulf Air, Japan Airlines, Jeju Air, Jetstar Airways, Jetstar Asia Airways, Korean Air, Kuwait Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Oman Air, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Royal Brunei Airlines, Saudia, Thai Airways International, Tigerair, Turkish Airways, United Airlines, Xiamen Airlines

Getting There:

Go south on EDSA to Pasay, then turn left at the interchange between EDSA and Aurora Boulevard

From Aurora Boulevard, turn right into Andrews Avenue

From Andrews Avenue, turn left at the intersection of Domestic Road and NAIA Road

From there, turn right into Ninoy Aquino Avenue and follow the signs leading to NAIA Terminal 1 and Parañaque.

Terminal 2 (Domestic Terminal)

Serviced Carriers:

Philippine Airlines, PAL Express (flights to Bacolod, Davao, Iloilo, Laoag and Tagbilaran)

Getting There:

Go south on EDSA to Pasay, then turn left at the interchange between EDSA and Aurora Boulevard

From Aurora Boulevard, turn right into Andrews Avenue

From Andrews Avenue, turn left at the intersection of Domestic Road and NAIA Road

From there, continue past the intersection with Domestic Road until the road forks and follow the signs leading to NAIA Terminal 2

Terminal 3

Serviced Carriers:

AirAsia Zest (flights to Kota Kinabalu, Macau and Seoul), All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific, Cebu Pacific, Delta Air Lines, Emirates, KLM, PAL Express (all other flights), Singapore Airlines

Getting There:

Go south on EDSA to Pasay, exit at the Magallanes Interchange to the South Luzon Expressway heading south (follow the signs leading to Alabang, not Manila)

From there, exit at Nichols Interchange and turn right at Sales Road.

Terminal 4

Serviced Carriers:

AirAsia Zest (all other flights), Fil-Asian Airways, Philippines AirAsia, SkyJet, Sky Pasada, Tigerair Philippines

Getting There:

Go south on EDSA to Pasay, then turn left at the interchange between EDSA and Aurora Boulevard

From Aurora Boulevard, turn right into Andrews Avenue

From Andrews Avenue, then turn left at the Domestic Road roundabout. Terminal 4 will be on your left side.

Remember that domestic carriers have already included the PHP 200 terminal fee in ticket prices, but anyone entering the country must pay the terminal fee of PHP 500 before entering immigration.

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