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“A Capital Airport?”

published 11/06/2004

Gateway to the Phillipine islands, clear direction...

Long check in times, security hassles, poor facili...

I was told that one of the first ways to know you are nearing Manila Airport or to give it its proper name Ninoy Aquino International Airport ( Code MNL) was to look at the sea and watch for the change of colour from a brilliant blue to a dark brown. Unfortunately, that indeed was one indicator I...

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Satisfactory

“bit of a shambles really”

published 26/04/2006

er...some locals can have a job

corruption, corruption and more corruption

Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) was moved to its current site, about 7km south of the country's capital city Manila & southwest of Makati City (now the Central Business District and our second home) in 1948. The original airport serving Manila was opened in 1937 and was in what is now...

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“THE PRIDE OF THE PHILIPPINES”

published 31/05/2001

Modern facilities and clean environment

Sometimes chaotic atmosphere due to voluminous arr...

Formerly Manila International Airport and renamed to NAIA (Ninoy Aquino International Airport) in honor of the Philippine hero in modern times. Located at the southern part of Metro Manila, NAIA serves as the main artery of air travel in the country, that includes the adjacent Manila domestic...

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“Philippines Airport”

published 02/03/2008

Helpful and friendly staff.

Airport tax, Phonecards and Taxi Drivers

Been twice and really don't like it. First time I arrived in Centenial Terminal and was impressed. I flew in on Phil Air. Was greeted by helpful staff, although I had to call my wife to find out where she was. I had to buy a phonecard. Luckily I had some Pesos given by a friend, otherwise I would...

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Not for me

published 07/07/2007

why on earth is there no bus shuttle or pedestrian walk between Naia and the domestic airport? This is the only airport in the whole world that has this inconvenience? Is this unthinkable? why are all Naia passengers subjected to the hardship/difficulty/suffering/pain of checking out incl their baggages, going out of naia terminal and making it to the domestic airport at their own risk with public transport ?Havent the great/smart Filipino management of these airports finally thought of bus rides, convenience?

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Good

secure airport, generally friendly staff

A complete lack of seats

Manila International is the most secure airport I have ever travelled through. It is the only airport I know where you cannot even get up the approach road to the airport without having your vehicle inspected by armed security. Once you get near the terminal building make sure you have a valid...

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Good

published 20/07/2008

Try the second floor-- pay Php 550 each entrance fee--- and get a VIP lounge treatment. There was plenty of spaces and good food (eat and drink as much as you can), cool, quiet and friendly few staff--- nice couch and with smoking area nearby (!).

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Not for me

published 03/06/2007

YOU MUST TEACH UR SECURITY AIRPORT TO HAVE SOME MANNERS ON SPEACKING TO PASSENGER IN DEPARTURE TEACH THEN TO SAY PLEASE OR PAKIUSAP LANG PO. WAG MAGING BASTOS S MGA OFW OH SA LAHAT NG PASAHERO.THEY KNOW ON HOW SAY PLEASE TO PASSENGER WHO IS LEAVING THE CONUNTRY EVEN IF IS A OFW THEY MUST POLITE OR SAYING PLEASE IN TAGALOG PAKIUSP LANG PO.CAN YOU PLEASE SEND THIS MASSEGE TO THE HIGHER SUPERVISION OR MANAGER OF THE AIRPORT.

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