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Manila - Airport Guide

Manila Airport (MML) has three terminals, but only two are currently in use. International and domestic flights from Philippine Airlines arrive and depart from the Centennial Terminal (NAIA II). All other operators use Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal (NAIA or NAIA I). Bus and jeepney shuttles operate between terminals. Expect to pay a departure tax of 550 Philippine Pesos (PhP) when leaving the country and PhP 100 on domestic flights. The airport is 8km south-east of the city, which can be reached by a number of methods:

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The airport bus takes about 45 minutes to reach Metro Manila and costs around PhP 50.

The reasonably priced Metrobus offers a frequent service to central Manila, with cost depending on distance travelled. Expect the journey to last between an hour and 90 minutes.

Many hotels also run bus services to and from the airport, so if you’re booking a room in advance, it may be worth checking whether your hotel offers this facility. The fare should be included in the cost of your accommodation; trying to pay later could prove more expensive.

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Light Rail Transit

The airport is a 2km taxi-ride from Baclaran station, the nearest point on the Light Rail Transit line 1 (LRT-1). While inexpensive, LRT does not cover all areas of the city, so check it runs near your accommodation before selecting this option.

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Taxis outside the baggage reclaim areas will take you to any district in Metro Manila. Metered taxis tend to be a quarter of the price of the accredited airport taxi-cabs which run from NAIA I. Expect to pay around PhP 100-200.


Jeepneys operate on standard routes, and you may have to change to get to your final destination, so this may not be the best option if you have a lot of luggage and are unfamiliar with the layout of Manila.