International Airport in Metro Manila
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) (formerly known as Manila International Airport (MIA)) is located along the border between Pasay City and Parañaque City in Metro Manila. It is about 7 kilometers (4 miles) south of Manila, and southwest of Makati City. It has three terminals, namely:
NAIA Terminal 1: Serves international flights, except those operated by Cebu Pacific Air, PAL Express, Delta Air Lines, Philippine Airlines, All Nippon Air (ANA), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Emirates Airline and Cathay Pacific Airways. It has 16 gates.
NAIA Terminal 2: Currently houses international and domestic flights of the country’s flag carrier, the Philippine Airlines.
NAIA Terminal 3: International flights not served at Terminal 1. It is the newest and biggest terminal. It also operates domestic flights.
Participants can travel around Metro Manila by car, bus, jeepney, Metro rail and light rail transits, and taxi.
Metered and fixed rate taxis are widely available in key cities nationwide. Jeepneys and buses are inexpensive ways of getting around most places. For common taxis the flagdown rate is PhP 40.00, with each 300 meters or for every two minutes that the taxi stands motionless costing PhP 3.50. On the other hand, the yellow airport taxis flagdown rate is at PhP 70.00, (then counter raises by PhP 4.00 for every 300 meters.)
Uber and Grab are also widely used in the Metro.
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