Ninoy Aquino International Airport – Manila (MNL)
Ninoy Aquino International Airport is also called Manila International Airport and is located 4.5 miles south from the Manila City.
Manila International Airport was opened in 1935 and it was the 1st domestic airport in the city. In 1948, the airport moved at the border of two cities Parañaque and Pasay and became known as Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
There are more than 100 airlines operating at Ninoy Aquino International Airport: Air China, All Nippon Airways, Delta Air Lines, Air Asia Zest, Dragonair, Philippine Airlines, Royal Brunei Airlines, Tiger Air Philippines and Cebu Pacific.
The airport has 5 terminals consisting of 120 boarding gates and 2 runways. The airport is facilitated with VIP Lounges, public telephone booths, ATM, duty-free shops, money exchange counters and some fast food restaurants. Philippine Village and Remington hotels are the closest hotels to the airport.
Shuttle bus system is available at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. It runs every 15 minutes and is available in the area designated for buses. The airport is also connected to train station. The train service, "NAIA Expressway", takes about 10 minutes from the airport to the downtown. Ninoy Aquino International Airport can be also easily reached by more than 10 bus lines. Trip to the city centre by "Luzon Bus" for example takes about 30 minutes. Taxis are also available at the terminals. The taxi ride to the city usually takes 25 minutes and costs €6.