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Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL)

Manila, Philippines (PH)

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IATA CodeMNLICAO CodeRPLL
FAA CodePhone+63-02-833-1180
FaxLatitude14.5086002
Longitude121.0199966Time ZoneAsia/Manila (GMT +8:00)
WAC766Email
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Runway 112261 ftRunway 27408 ft
Manila Marriott Hotel
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Manila Marriott Hotel

0.9 miles away from airport

Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Manila/At Mall of Asia
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Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Manila/At Mall of Asia

3.37 miles away from airport

SOFITEL PHILIPPINE PLAZA
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SOFITEL PHILIPPINE PLAZA

4.06 miles away from airport

Manila Galleria
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Manila Galleria

6.23 miles away from airport

Manila Galleria
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Manila Galleria

6.3 miles away from airport

Radisson Hotel Manila Bay
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Radisson Hotel Manila Bay

6.86 miles away from airport

Ramada Manila Central
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Ramada Manila Central

6.94 miles away from airport

Microtel by Wyndham Acropolis
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Microtel by Wyndham Acropolis

12.3 miles away from airport

Manila Ninoy Aquino Airport
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Manila Ninoy Aquino Airport

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Manila International Airport T3
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Manila International Airport T3

0.31 miles away from airport

Manila International Airport
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Manila International Airport

0.51 miles away from airport

Manila Int. Ap Ninoy Aquino
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Manila Int. Ap Ninoy Aquino

0.51 miles away from airport

Manila - Airport
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Manila - Airport

0.68 miles away from airport

Manila Downtown
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Manila Downtown

2.93 miles away from airport

SMX Station
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SMX Station

3.04 miles away from airport

Makati - Legazpi
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Makati - Legazpi

3.41 miles away from airport

Global City - Taguig City
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Global City - Taguig City

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Manila Intl. Airport (mnl)

Flights from Ninoy Aquino International Airport to

Ninoy Aquino International Airport Destinations List

This list shows the 76 locations you can fly from Ninoy Aquino International Airport airport

Destination IATA Airlines Flying Route
Bacolod-Silay City InternationalBCDAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, South East Asian Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Zest Air
SuvarnabhumiBKKAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Kuwait Airways, Philippine Airlines, Thai Airways International
BascoBSOAir Philippines, Philippine Airlines
BancasiBXUAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
AwangCBOAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
Mactan Cebu InternationalCEBAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, South East Asian Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Zest Air
Cagayan De OroCGYAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Zest Air
Catarman NationalCRMAir Philippines, Philippine Airlines
CalbayogCYPAir Philippines, Philippine Airlines
SibulanDGTAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
DipologDPLAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
Francisco Bangoy InternationalDVOAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Zest Air
Dubai InternationalDXBAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Emirates, Philippine Airlines
TamblerGESAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
Iloilo InternationalILOAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, South East Asian Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Zest Air
Kalibo InternationalKLOAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, South East Asian Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Zest Air
Kuala Lumpur InternationalKULAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Zest Air
Laoag InternationalLAOAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
Legazpi City InternationalLGPAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
Moises R. EspinosaMBTAir Philippines, Philippine Airlines
Godofredo P. RamosMPHAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
LaboOZCAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
Puerto PrincesaPPSAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, South East Asian Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Zest Air
RoxasRXSAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
Singapore Changi InternationalSINAir Philippines, Jetstar Asia Airways, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Tiger Airways
SurigaoSUGAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
Daniel Z. RomualdezTACAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, South East Asian Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Zest Air
TagbilaranTAGAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Zest Air
TuguegaraoTUGAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
Francisco B. ReyesUSUAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
NagaWNPAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
Zamboanga InternationalZAMAir Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
Kansai InternationalKIXJetstar Asia Airways, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
Kota Kinabalu InternationalBKICebu Pacific, Zest Air
Brunei InternationalBWNCebu Pacific, Royal Brunei Airlines
Guangzhou Baiyun InternationalCANCebu Pacific, China Southern Airlines, Philippine Airlines
Soekarno-Hatta InternationalCGKCebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
CauayanCYZCebu Pacific
Ngurah Rai (Bali) InternationalDPSCebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines
Noi Bai InternationalHANCebu Pacific
Hong Kong International Kai TakHKGCebu Pacific, Cathay Pacific, Dragonair, Philippine Airlines
Phuket InternationalHKTCebu Pacific
Incheon InternationalICNCebu Pacific, Jeju Air, Korean Air, Asiana Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Zest Air
Macau InternationalMFMCebu Pacific, Air Macau, Philippine Airlines
PagadianPAGCebu Pacific
Beijing Capital InternationalPEKCebu Pacific, Air China, Philippine Airlines
Gimhae InternationalPUSCebu Pacific, Korean Air, Asiana Airlines, Philippine Airlines
Shanghai Pudong InternationalPVGCebu Pacific, China Eastern Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Zest Air
Angkor InternationalREPCebu Pacific
Tan Son Nhat InternationalSGNCebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
San JoseSJICebu Pacific
Taiwan Taoyuan InternationalTPECebu Pacific, EVA Air, China Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Philippine Airlines
ViracVRCCebu Pacific
Xiamen Gaoqi InternationalXMNCebu Pacific, China Southern Airlines, Xiamen Airlines, Philippine Airlines
Kaohsiung InternationalKHHChina Airlines
Chubu Centrair InternationalNGODelta Air Lines, Philippine Airlines
Narita InternationalNRTDelta Air Lines, Japan Airlines, Jetstar Airways, All Nippon Airways, Philippine Airlines
Abu Dhabi InternationalAUHEtihad Airways, Philippine Airlines
Bahrain InternationalBAHGulf Air Bahrain
Darwin InternationalDRWJetstar Airways, Philippine Airlines
QuanzhouJJNXiamen Airlines, Zest Air
Doha InternationalDOHPhilippine Airlines, Qatar Airways
FukuokaFUKPhilippine Airlines
Antonio B. Won Pat InternationalGUMPhilippine Airlines, United Airlines
Honolulu InternationalHNLPhilippine Airlines
Los Angeles InternationalLAXPhilippine Airlines
London HeathrowLHRPhilippine Airlines
Melbourne InternationalMELPhilippine Airlines
San Francisco InternationalSFOPhilippine Airlines
Sydney Kingsford Smith InternationalSYDPhilippine Airlines, Qantas
Vancouver InternationalYVRPhilippine Airlines
Port Moresby Jacksons InternationalPOMAir Niugini
King Fahd InternationalDMMSaudi Arabian Airlines
King Abdulaziz InternationalJEDSaudi Arabian Airlines
King Khaled InternationalRUHSaudi Arabian Airlines
BabelthuapRORUnited Airlines

Ninoy Aquino International Airport Destinations Map

Ninoy Aquino International Airport Facts

The 45th busiest airport in the world is Ninoy Aquino International Airport with 31 million passengers passing through in 2012. Ninoy Airport is the main airport for the Philippines and is situated in the middle of Pasay City and Paranaque.

Often also referred to as Manilla International Airport, Ninoy Aquino Airport is about 9 miles (15 km) south of Manilla the Philippines capital city. Ninoy Aquino International Airport however is still the official name, it is named after the Senator Ninoy Aquino Jr. who was assassinated at the airport itself 30 years ago!


Ninoy Aquino International Airport Reviews (21)

Average User Rating

Oscar, June 28, 2014 at 3:43 am

Terminal 1 is soooo bad it makes T2 and T3 look lovely, but kid yourself not, they are also among the worst in the world, even worse than some in very poor African nations. But T1 gets the honors. As a foreigner, one gets charged P 500 for an express lane (not optional and on top of the terminal fee) and this so-called lane takes twice much time as the regular one. Such a pity that this beautiful and wonderful country has such a bad airport!

Rallph Jhan Aaronne Monzon, May 28, 2014 at 9:17 am

The NAIA is one of the world’s busiest airports; it is considered as the most diversified airport in the world because of different cultures and attitude, its staff posses, condition of the terminal buildings, customer service orientation set towards its passengers and its rich historical background.

The best airport

john jabob, January 24, 2014 at 4:55 pm

I disagree, the Manila Airport is the best, I met my wife at the airport, we got married across the street close to the airport because of what it means to us, I’m naming my son Ninoy Aquino Perez Chete; infrastructure is a little bit old fashioned but it serves the purpose.

NAIA - Terminal 1

Manfred Pillig, December 4, 2012 at 3:16 pm

After my check-in at terminal 1, I had a lot of time but the staff did not allow me to leave the terminal. This is illegal deprivation of liberty. My Philippine wife has always problems at the check-in with her travel documents, unless they are OK. The staff is complete incompetent or/and corrupt and unfriendly. The food is overpriced and of bad quality. The service is lousy.

NAIA

William Ingram, March 17, 2011 at 5:07 am

NAIA Terminal 1 is a total disaster and leaves the tourist with a really bad feeling. Terminals 2 and 3, on the other hand, are excellent. If the Phils wants to encourage the tourist then all international flights should arrive/depart from T2 or T3.

Naia

Weel Dela Cruz, January 8, 2011 at 5:21 am

Terminal 1 – What else can I say, it’s cheeky way back 1970′s but its too out-dated and a bit cranky esp. the luggage carousel. Needs a "major major" makeover. One good thing though, it has free WiFi access on the pre-boarding gates. Terminal 2 – Used exclusively by PAL and it’s clean, nice, and straight forward. International flights berth on the north-wing terminal and the domestic on the south-wing terminal. Connecting international to domestic flights (when you fly PAL) needs transferring from both wings requires you to get out of the lobby and is quite troublesome. Good thing you could check in your connecting domestic flights upon arrival. An exclusive lounge for business travelers. Terminal 3 – Huge, spacious and clean just make your travellator work all the time. Lots of shop and dinners opening that gives you ample choices whether in the departure or on the pre-boarding area. Domestic Airport – No jet bridge, so you get wet when it rains but it still works, at least. A shuttle bus/van would be transfer you between the terminals at US0.50 or grab the airport (yellow) cab starting at US1.60 if your in a rush.

Naia 1 Should Be Replaced!

Tan Garcia, November 19, 2010 at 4:11 pm

I admit, NAIA 1 is definitely bad compared to the other Asian airports. But I have seen changes in the past months like quicker immigration clearance (though I suspect they don’t do a very thorough check when allowing people, especially whites), serviceable trolleys. Still, if I am a first-time tourist coming, I would be very disappointed with the facilities and the personnel. And why are there a lot of airport personnel loitering around doing nothing? And what’s with a custom’s declaration form separate from the embarkation card, with blatant ads of cheap wine/ciggies or a local cell network? If this country wants to attract some of the tourist dollars, they better spruce up their airports! An airport of more than 50 years needs replacing, can’t the government see that?

The Manila Domestic Airport

Raymond Gonzales, October 30, 2010 at 2:56 am

In the beginning, it was a domestic airport. It was constructed in 1948. Several airlines, including Philippine Airlines, operated here. However, the terminal became outdated as new terminals were built. Philippine Airlines eventually moved out in the 1980s and built their own building, exclusively for their own use. As the 1990s saw the liberalization of the air industry, new airlines were established. Cebu Pacific Air became the largest operator of the terminal since Philippine Airlines a decade ago. As the airline industry grew, the terminal became too crowded for Cebu Pacific’s operations. On Aug. 1, 2008 the airline moved all of its operations to the newly built Terminal 3. Congestion has eased since then. New airlines are being established and are making the domestic airport their base of operations. Zest Air is currently the largest operator of the domestic airport.

Naia

Mike Moore, July 13, 2010 at 3:28 pm

An update on Manila airport. Once again I used Manila airport, (for the 13th time in 6 years Mr Jack A, I have an apartment in Makati) and yes it was economy. The new terminal is large, clean, cool and suffers from a shortage of signing. Apparently one is expected to simply know where things are. Oh yes…the "security fee" is now up to a massive 750php, and is still payable in cash, no cash = no flight. There is still no way a passenger can get from one terminal to any of the others inside the airport. You still have to use public transport OUTSIDE the airport to get from terminal to terminal. Taxis still charge 3 different rates. 1, local rate….2, tourist rate….3, American rate. No improvement anywhere, at least the roof hasn’t collapsed, again. Be thankful for that little mercy.

Naia 3

Kim Hee Chul, June 9, 2010 at 5:01 pm

The staff is great, very courteous, always smiling. The building is spacious but shops are limited, some stalls are not yet occupied. I will recommend this to my friends. Very ironic considering the main international terminal is already old. I heard they’re making a new one, a few miles north of the capital.

Naia

Jack A, December 30, 2009 at 2:11 am

It’s like any other airport for all I know. Filipinos are fun to be with. Yeah, Mr. Moore here must have been traveling Economy and smells like a first-timer. Dude, a teacher in Vietnam earns much less. Google it.

Naia

Mike Moore, July 31, 2009 at 6:34 pm

I return to this airport to update you. The new International terminal is now open and as you might expect is an opportunity missed. It’s OK,, that all it is. WARNING. Do not go into departure area until the last possible moment, they are appalling. Stay in the main part of the airport, that’s not so bad.. THIS IS IMPORTANT. This airport has 4 terminals. 2 domestic and 2 international. NONE of these terminals are connected to ANY of the other terminals. … If you are going on from this airport you must leave the airport, get on public transport and go around the airport to the terminal you require on public roads. The taxis WILL rob you. PHP500 for a 2km ride. (A teacher here gets paid PHP600 A DAY) PHP100 is about right. Or use the shuttle buses (PHP20) This little bit of fun will take at least an hour, it took me 90 minutes. A ridiculous state of affairs. Remember this if your connecting flight is less than 3 hours away. Typically Filipino – Tries hard, fails appallingly.

Four Terminals

Magnar Nordal, April 6, 2009 at 7:15 am

MNL is an airport suffering from too much traffic and too little space. Delays are quite common because of this. There are 4 terminals scattered around the airport. There is a shuttle service between the terminals, but it is time consuming. All passengers must pay a terminal fee of 200 pesos for domestic flights and 750 pesos for international flights. Arriving passengers can choose to use "hotel taxi" for 750 pesos or metered yellow taxi for 150-250 pesos, depending on the distance. White taxis are not considered to be trusted. All terminals has their own management and different security routines. T1 is used by international airlines and has the tightest security. You may have to queue outside for security check before entering. There may be long ques at check-in. The building is old and not up to date any more. When arriving passengers have left the building, they are not allowed to re-enter the building. This is stupid, since the ATM is inside. It is also difficult to meet people arriving T1, since you are not allowed to enter the arrival area, but must wait quite far away. Arriving passengers must then thy find their way to the meeting point. T2 belongs to Philippine Airlines, and the building has an airy impression. Check-in seems to be quick and effective. No problems at all. T3 is new and spacious. It is used by Cebu Pacific, PAL Express and Air Philippines. No problems there either. Old Domestic terminal is from the 70s. It was a nightmare before T3 opened, but today is it used by two small companies: SE Air and Zest Air.

Terminal 3

Geri Duran, November 12, 2008 at 9:28 am

A few things have already changed, especially with the terminal 3 opening. Everything is organized, AC is working – great.

Manila International Airport

Arthur Lancelot, October 1, 2008 at 10:56 pm

Like any other airports, MNL has its good side and bad side. Security is always heavy and tight (and should be SO!) Those complaining are most likely the ones riding in Economy Class. From my own travel experiences, MNL workers are always polite, courteous, and they SPEAK English! If you have nothing good to say about the Manila Airport, try buying a First Class ticket and experience something you’re not used to. The worst airports in the world are LAX, Rome, and Bahdad.

Worst Airport Among Asian Capitals

Jay Lee, January 14, 2008 at 9:08 am

Ninoy Aquino airport was "new" I suppose. But how can the authority underestimates its usage so ridiculously? As others have commented, I had to line up outside the terminal for x-ray and metal detector check for almost 30 minutes. There are no signage or local staff whatsoever to tell you what are you lining up for. A tip for those with a domestic flight to catch, even if you’re travelling on the same airline — give it plenty of time in between your connecting flights. Once inside the terminal, it’s so jammed that you can’t go anywhere without your baggage cart rolling on someone’s feet (or your feet rolled on by someone’s cart). The air-conditioning is surely on the lacking side. It’s also confusing where the immigration counters are. There are just a handful of stores both before and after getting through the immigration. Don’t expect to get your last minute gifts here as they overcharge in major ways and the choice is so limited. The seat issue that many mentioned is still a huge problem. There are just not enough seats for all passengers so that many have to stand or even sit on the floor. There are minimal number of toilets so that there is always a line up (even for guys). I’d give this airport a no star if I can.

Terminal 1 Is Worse Than Terminal 2

Justine Oooh, September 18, 2007 at 7:06 pm

Terminal 2 is worse than terminal 1. Some are expecting something better in T1 but that is just in their imagination because of the Filipino ways of services. I got several experience in T1 with very warm and humid climate control, long queuing not inside of airport but in outside of airport in such a hot soaking summer day. That shows T1. I agree the feature of NAIA is just reflecting what the PHP is at now. Telling you one secret, why they work so slow? Answer is not from their laziness but from the system. Their system overall is based on checking each other. so lousy…

Naia Manila International Terminal

John Paul Solis, May 6, 2007 at 7:51 pm

Once we landed there, the lounge itself was small and cramped. The passengers stepped into a hot, uncomfortable lounge being guided to exits like cows in a barn. I don’t think there’s an AC system at the airport. As I arrived at night, I wasn’t expecting to have problems, but I was actually soaked I almost overheated. The Terminal is too small. It’s not able to cope with the large numbers of passengers. Crowded to its max. The maintenance of its baggage carts is way to low. You could find your cart wobbling when you push it. The baggage area is also too small. All in all it’s not an airport I like to use. It’s very uncomfortable, the food outlets are great though. The NAIA has a very low standard compared with other major Southeast Asian airports. I really hope they’ll open the Terminal 3 soon, at the opposite side of the runway/international terminal. The photo was taken in July 2005

Ninoy Aquino Int. Airport

Mike Moore, November 15, 2006 at 11:20 am

This airport is very much a reflection on the Philippines as a whole. As a whole, its very good, as an airport, not so good. Manila is a big SE Asian city, this airport is relatively big, but very fragmented. There two domestic terminals and they are a taxi ride apart. The New Domestic terminal used exclusively by PAL is new, clean cool and fresh.There are some franchised food outlets that are both good and cheap. The seating is steel benches that re-define uncomfortable and there’s not a lot of it. d expect to pay an airport security charge in cash in PHP before you get in. The staff are Filipino, that means not happy to be working, well you wouldn’t be either for the wages they get. The Old Domestic terminal is as the name suggests OLD. It caters for all other airlines. The check-in hall is small, cramped, crowded, hot, slow and uncomfortable. Handwritten blackboards announce which flight is checked in and where. Once into the main hall, things do improve slightly. There are good, cheap food outlets, a substantial meal can be had for about $2 (US) or less. Toilet facilities are just about acceptable. There is plenty of reasonable seating to be had, if not very spacious. Again it is hot, run down and clearly old, but not that bad. The Int terminal is relatively new but suffers from being small. There seems to be a thing about seats in this country, again there is limited seating, but it is a least comfortable. There are the usual food outlets, again quite good and cheap. BEWARE, on arrival you will be expected to stump up about 550php airport tax in cash, no cash=no entry. Embarcation cards are filled in and collected at the passport control which is notorious slow and without a sense of humour. Again beware, you will see that your flight is boarding VERY EARLY, maybe 2 hours before departure. DO NOT BE FOOLED BY THIS You will find yourself in a departure lounge that is small hot and without any facilities at all, save a toilet. It is hot and again the steel seating will make you very sorry that you bothered. Wait in the main building as long as possible, its not wonderful but infinitely better than the alternative. A new terminal building is ready for use sometime 2007 and must be an improvement. It would have been opened in 2006, but a large section of the roof collapsed and delayed the opening. This airport is very much a reflection of the Philippines, tries very hard, fails very miserably. Functional, it is about as good as it gets, it’s an airport you will be pleased to have left.

Manila Airports

Trixia Villarta, September 19, 2006 at 8:43 am

There are 3 Manila airports: – NAIA (old international airport) – MIA (domestic airport) – Centennial (new international airport) the one you can see in the picture is the Centennial airport.

Manila International And Domestic

Steven Mathers, August 15, 2006 at 11:00 am

DOMESTIC TERMINAL – very very basic. The waiting area is not good, although flights do largely turn over and board rapidly. However, when delays occur – they are biggies! INTERNATIONAL – poor poor poor facilities; a national disgrace for a major city. Departure immigration queues are appalling – avoid if at all possible!

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