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Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport

Where is Manila Ninoy Aquino Airport?  


Manila, the capital of the Philippines, is the nation's centre of transportation, business and education. Manila city, the most densely populated in the world, attracts more than 1 million tourists a year. Popular attractions include Intramuros, the old walled city, as well as museums and the zoo.


Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (IATA: MNL, ICAO: RPLL), or Manila Ninoy Aquino Airport, or Ninoy Aquino Airport, also known as Manila International Airport, and called NAIA by locals, was named after late Senator Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino, Jr.


Manila Airport is situated south of Manila city centre, still within Metro Manila (National Capital Region), Philippines. MTL sits on the border of the communities of Pasay and Parañaque. 


Manila has 2 major airports. The other, Manila Clark Airport (CRK), caters to low-cost carriers.


As the gateway to the Philippines, Ninoy Aquino Airport is the hub for Philippine Airlines. Other arlines serving Manila include Air China, Cathay Pacific, Delta, Emirates, Hawaiian, KLM, Kuwait, Korean, Malaysia, Qatar, Quantas, Singapore and Thai.


Destinations served include Amsterdam, Bangkok, Beijing, Detroit, Dubai, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Kuala Lumpur, San Francisco, Taipei, Tokyo, Toronto and Vancouver, to name just a few. 


In 2011, Manila Airport served 29,551,394 passengers, a record, making it the 46th busiest airport in the world one of the busiest airports in Asia.


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MNL consists of 4 terminals, connected by a free shuttle service: 


  • Terminal 1: International Terminal (old)
  • Terminal 2: Centennial Terminal - Philippine Airlines
  • Terminal 3: International Terminal (new) - Air Philippines, Cebu Pacific, All Nippon Airways
  • Terminal 4: Domestic Terminal - non-Philippine Airlines

 

Services at Manila Airport include:


  • Delta Sky Club Lounge (fee) - Terminal 1, near Gate 15 (above) 
  • Pagstop Lounge - Terminal 1
  • Day Room (for passengers in transit, showers, request) - Terminal 1, near the Transit Desk
  • Post office 
  • Duty free shops
  • Non-precription medicine - Terminal 4, departure transit area and pre-boarding areas

 

Medical clinics are located: 


  • Terminal 1: on the left side past the Customs area as you exit to the Arrival lobby
  • Terminal 2: at the Rotunda, Arrivals level
  • Terminal 3: on the left side past the Customs area
  • Terminal 4: at the pre-boarding area

 

  Terminal 1  Terminal 2  Terminal 3  Terminal 4 (Domestic)
Chapels  4th floor, W  Departures, N  Mezzanine  -
Muslim Prayer Room  4th floor, W  -  3rd floor, Departures  -

 

It is unfortunate, but Ninoy Aquino Airport has a terrible reputation for dirty toilets, inadequate seating and general chaos, and has made it to lists of the world's worst airports. This criticism is generally directed at Terminal 1, which is operating at far over capacity. We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but we don't want you to be surprised!




Additional Manila Ninoy Aquino Airport information may be found by visiting their official website below.



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Last Updated: 16 Jul 2014