NAIA Caused Flight Delays/Cancellations Due to Radar Issues

Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila, Philippines

In the afternoon on September 13, 2009, Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), Manila and the country’s premiere gateway, reported a radar malfunction that caused delays, cancellations and diversion of flights going in and out of Manila starting around 2:30PM local time.

As according to Civil Aviation Authority . . . → Read More: NAIA Caused Flight Delays/Cancellations Due to Radar Issues

How to Get In and Out of Manila’s NAIA Terminal 1 & 2 On Tight Budget?

NAIA Terminal 2

NAIA Terminal 2

If NAIA Terminal 3 was difficult to access through public transportation, NAIA’s Terminal 2 (also known as the Centennial Airport) and Terminal 1 (old NAIA International Airport) are otherwise, very very accessible…in fact, it is s0 intertwined directly with Metro Manila’s busiest thoroughfare…EDSA! In spirit of helping the Filipino people and foreigners alike, I would like to share my knowledge (limited though) on how to get in and out of NAIA Terminals 1 & 2 without taking the cab or making hatid-sundo (bring-fetch) with your friends or loved ones. Continue reading How to Get In and Out of Manila’s NAIA Terminal 1 & 2 On Tight Budget?

How to Get In and Out of Manila’s NAIA Terminal 3 On Tight Budget? (Updated)

Ninoy Aquinos Bust at NAIA Terminal 3

Ninoy Aquino's Bust at NAIA Terminal 3

In observance of Ninoy Aquino’s martyrdom, HabagatCentral.com will take you on how to get in and out of the country’s premiere airport, Manila International Airport or better known as Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). Starting first with the newest (and the most controversial) of the three major terminals…NAIA Terminal 3. - and its updated too!

Check In Counters of NAIA Terminal 3

Check In Counters of NAIA Terminal 3

Getting here is already a tedious task. Lucky for you if you have the budget of paying the yellow airport cabs or metered taxi cabs or even the luxury of airport shuttle or your own private car or taga-hatid-sundo in Filipino.

Continue reading How to Get In and Out of Manila’s NAIA Terminal 3 On Tight Budget? (Updated)

NAIA Terminal 3 Shuttle Now at Pasay Rotunda!

NAIA Loop Shuttle Bus

Good news for backpackers, cash-strapped passengers and commuters!

After long time of waiting, the NAIA Loop shuttle bus has a new terminal for commuters bound for Manila’s NAIA (Ninoy Aquino International Airport) Terminal 3. It is located at Pasay Rotunda at Pasay City.

No more jeepney rides to the . . . → Read More: NAIA Terminal 3 Shuttle Now at Pasay Rotunda!

How to Get In and Out of Manila’s NAIA Terminal 3 On Tight Budget?

Getting here is already a tedious task. Lucky for you if you have the budget of paying the yellow airport cabs or metered taxi cabs or even the luxury of airport shuttle or your own private car or taga-hatid-sundo in Filipino.

Well given that as of now NAIA Terminal-3, the newest terminal in Ninoy Aquino International Airport of Manila, Philippines, is the hub of the giant low cost carrier Cebu Pacific and the Philippine Airlines’ subsidiaries such as PAL Express and Air Philippines, most cash-strapped passengers go here to embark or disembark on their respective flights. So how do you make it more budget friendly for these budget travelers who in turn will have to pay two hundred pesos (PhP200.00) for the terminal fee for domestic flights alone? Continue reading How to Get In and Out of Manila’s NAIA Terminal 3 On Tight Budget?

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