Domestic Airport – NAIA Terminal 3 And 2


Note: This post is taken from my other blog Project DIY Travel.


I start this post on how to get to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA)…

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NAIA is the main hub for travel of Filipino. Thus, it is important to know how to get to this airport. Aside from taking a taxi, which is the most convenient means of transportation, you can also take Public Utility Vehicles.

How?

To NAIA Terminal 3

1. Drop to any of the following place: Roxas Boulevard (Manila Bound) from Airport Road to EDSA Extension, and EDSA Extension from Roxas Boulevard to MRT Taft Station.
2. Ride a jeep with a Nichols route. Sometimes a Terminal 3 sign can be seen. Fare: P7.
3. This will take the following route: Roxas Boulevard – EDSA Extension – Tramo Road – Airport Road – U-turn – Airport Road – Nichols Rotunda.
4. Drop at Nichols Rotunda.
5. Take a walk. Enter via Arrival entrance.

From NAIA Termina 3

1. Take a walk to the Nichols Rotunda.
2. Ride a jeep with the Baclaran Simbahan sign.
3. Route: Nichols Rotunda – Airport Road – Roxas Boulevard – EDSA Extension.
4. You can drop at Roxas Boulevard or MRT Taft Station. From here you can take your choice of Public Vehicle to your home.

To NAIA Terminal 2 and 1

1. If you are coming from Cavite or Las Pinas area, drop at MIA Road – Roxas Boulevard Intersection. Position yourself in front of KFC or just right after KFC.
2. Ride a jeep with a MIA sign. Fare: P7. Or Ride an aircon or ordinary bus with a MIA sign. Fare: P7 (ordinary), P15? (aircon, not sure).
3. Then drop at the left side of Terminal 2.

1. If you are coming anywhere along EDSA…
2. Ride an aircon or ordinary bus with a MIA sign.
3. Then drop at the left side of Terminal 2.

From NAIA Terminal 2 and 1

1. Take a walk to the left most side of Terminal 2 building until you reach the service road.
2. Take a bus with Fairview sign or jeep with Baclaran sign.
3. Drop to your desired place.

Of course, this is best for travelers with light baggage.

With this, I am breaking the notion that getting to NAIA Terminal 2 or 3 is expensive. This not need to be expensive. You just need patience and proper time planning.

Addendum:

I just learned that there are air-conditioned van at Terminal 3 airport. 1) NAIA Loop van (Terminal 3 – Terminal 4 – Terminal 2 – Terminal 1) = P20/head. 2) Big Van going to Heritage Hotel Pasay = P20.