Cheap flights to Manila (MNL)
Flying to Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport
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Domestic Philippines flights
- Tacloban to Manila
Price start from: USD 5,00
- Kalibo to Manila
Price start from: USD 16,00
- Cagayan de Oro to Manila
Price start from: USD 40,00
- Davao to Manila
Price start from: USD 31,00
- Butuan to Manila
Price start from: USD 44,00
- Bacolod to Manila
Price start from: USD 18,00
- Iloilo to Manila
Price start from: USD 21,00
- Zamboanga to Manila
Price start from: USD 47,00
- Jakarta to Manila
Price start from: USD 83,00
- Denpasar Bali to Manila
Price start from: USD 59,00
- Kuala Lumpur to Manila
Price start from: USD 51,00
- Singapore to Manila
Price start from: USD 73,00
- Surabaya to Manila
Price start from: USD 91,00
- Bandung to Manila
Price start from: USD 111,00
- Bangkok to Manila
Price start from: USD 102,00
- Kota Kinabalu to Manila
Price start from: USD 64,00
Airport information Manila (MNL)
Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport information
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport of Manila (NAIA) is the main gateway to the Philippines. Located just a few kilometers south of the city centre it has been slowly surrounded by the Manila metropolitan area hampering future growth of the airport. With over 30 million passengers a year this airport is in top 50 of busiest airports in the world.
The airport is named after Senator Ninoy Aquino Jr. who was assassinated at the airport in 1983.
Although Clark International Airport in Angeles, 80km north of Manila, is not actually serving Manila, its lower airport fees make it more attractive for low-cost carriers. Most low-cost carriers fly to Clark instead of Ninoy Aquino International Airport and call it then Manila Clark... In the future though Clark will replace NAIA as the main Manila Airport.
The NAIA Airport of Manila has three terminals. Terminal 1 is the oldest and serves all international flights except those forPhilippine Airlinesand Cebu Pacific. The Terminal has outdated facilities and has been over capacity for decades.
Terminal 2, the Centennial Terminal, was completed in 1998 and is used exclusively by Philippine Airlines for both its domestic and international flights.
Terminal 3 or also called NAIA-3 is the newest and largest terminal of NAIA. Currently only Cebu Pacific (domestic and international) and Airphil Express (domestic) use it for their operations. The plan is to move all international flights from Terminal 1 to the new NAIA-3 but so far only All Nippon airways has moved its operations to this new terminal.
There is no shuttle service between the terminals leaving you to taxis and "jeepneys" to switch terminals.
Transport to and from Manila to the airport Ninoy Aquino International
Since Manila International Airport is so close to the city a taxi is quite affordable and the best choice. Outside the arrival area are the official yellow colored airport taxis. They will use a meter and starting fare is Php 70. Alternatively you can take the bus to downtown Manila, also departing in front of the arrival area.Read more in our Manila Travel Guides
News about Airport Manila
20 Mar 15:55 Cebu Pacific flight returns to airport to unload act... entertainment.inquirer.net
21 Nov 11:24 NAIA: 2 domestic flights canceled due to bad weather gmanetwork.com
21 Oct 11:46 Manila airport is no longer the worst in the world mynextfone.co.uk
09 Oct 15:05 Manila airport tops world's worst airport list emirates247.com
Alternative routes for Manila
Manila is located in Luzon. There are more airports in Luzon, you can try to search for flights to these airports as well and take a bus or train to get to Manila: