Ninoy Aquino International Airport
44 JORIVIM Bldg Firemen's Row cor. NAIA Road Sun Valley Pasay City | Manila, 1300 PH
Rodello`s Bed & Breakfast
126 Armstrong Ave. Moonwalk Village Phase 1 | Manila, 1709 PH
Newport Boulevard, Newport City | Manila, 1309 PH
Malunas Street, Newport City, Pasay City | Manila, 1705 PH
Marriott Hotel Manila
2 Resorts Drive | Manila, 1309 PH
Belmont Hotel Manila
Newport Boulevard, Newport City, Pasay City | Manila, 1301 PH
One Palm Tree Villa
Newport, Sales St, in front of NAIA, Terminal 3 9N, Cluster C | Manila, 1300 PH
Palm tree Genlex Condo
Sarasota 4-2B Condominium Resort Drive Newport City Villamor , Pasay City | Manila, 1900 PH
Love this Place
Resort drive corner Newport Boulevard Newport City | Manila, 1309 PH
Newport Boulevard cor Resort Drive, Villamor Airbase One Palm Tree Cluster B, 1N | Manila, 1309 PH
Condo Palm Tree
Palm Tree Villas, Pasay Metro Manila 1309. Philippines Cluster A, unit 8k, 8th floor | Manila, 1309 PH
Airport Travelodge Manila
Lot 6 Block 2 F2B, Santa Agueda Pascor Drive, Barangay Santo NiÃ±o, Paranaque City | Manila, 1704 PH
Isabelle Garden Hotel & Suites
E. Rodriguez Avenue, Barangay Moonwalk | Manila, 1709 PH
DG Budget Hotel
Columbia Air Freight Bldg., 2nd Floor, Along Ninoy Aquino Ave., | Manila, 1705 PH
Casa Amiga Dos
34 Copenhagen St. Merville Paranaque City | Manila, 1004 PH
Ninoy Aquino Intl Airport Information
Airport Data: International, Manila 12km (7miles), Position 14°30´36"N, 121°01´00"E, Elevation 23m (75ft), 24 hours, 3 Passenger Terminals, 1 Cargo Terminal, 43 Aircraft Stands
Airfield Data: 2 Runways
Emergency Services: Medical, Fire & Rescue
Navigational Aids: Radar, PAPI, Instrument Landing System
Airfield Restrictions: Signages
Runway 1: Heading 06/24, 3,737m (12,260ft), PCN 114, Aircraft size max: B747, ILS
Runway 2: Heading 13/31, 1,995m (6,545ft), PCN 91, Aircraft size max: Airbus, ILS
Airlines Serving Airport: Air France, Air Macau, Air Niugini, Air Philippines, Asian Spirit, Asiana, Cargolux, Cathay Pacific, Cebu Pacific Air, China Airlines, China Southern, Continental, Corporate Air, EVA Air, Emirates, Fedex, Gulf Air, Japan Airlines, KLM, Korean Air, Kuwait Airways, Lufthansa, Malaysia Airlines, Nippon Cargo Airlines, Northwest Orient, Pacific East Asia Cargo, Palau Micronesia Air, Philippine Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Royal Brunei, SIA Cargo, Saudi Arabian, Seair, Thai Airways
Cargo Facilities: Capacity 559,057tonnes (1,232,497,000lbs), Warehouse 42,771m² (460,383sq ft), Bonded Warehouse, Transit Zone, Aircraft Maintenance, Air-Conditioned Storage, Refrigerated Storage, Animal Quarantine, Livestock Handling, Health Officials, X-Ray Equipment, Security for Valuables, Dangerous Goods, Radioactive Goods, Very Large/Heavy Cargo, Express/Courier Centre, Pallet towing tug, Handling Equipment: Forklifts, loading equipment, scissors lift, pancake weighing scales
Customs Tel: +63 (0)2 832-3035Fax: +63 (0)2 832-3035
Op. Hours: 24 hours
Deputy Collector for Admin.: Teresita S Roque
Cargo Handling Agents: Cargohaus, Federal Express (FEDEX), Globe Ground PAGS, Miascor Logistics Corporation, People´s Aircargo & Warehousing Co Inc, Philipani Sky Landers Inc
Passenger Facilities: Annual Capacity 17,500,000, 191 check-in desks, 30 gates, 32 airbridges, 19 baggage claim belts, 1 Airport Hotel, Post Office, Bank, Bureau de Change, Auto Exchange Machine, Restaurants, Cafeterias, Bars, VIP Lounge, Duty Free Shop, Newsagent/Tobacconist, Chemist Shop, Gift Shop, Travel Agent, Tourist Help Desk, Car Rental, Taxi Service/Rank, First Aid, Baby/Parent Room, Disabled Access/Facilities, Business Centre
Additional Information: Construction of the NAIA Terminal 3 started in June 2000 and was 99.68% complete by November 2002. This new terminal was designed to cater for 13 million pax per year and provides a broad range of services for international travelers and the general public. The proposed New International Cargo Terminal was envisioned to be a pioneering state-of-the-art one-stop-shop cargo terminal with target completion in 2007-8.
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport or NAIA (IATA: MNL, ICAO: RPLL) is the international airport that serves Manila, in the Philippines, and its surrounding metropolitan area. It is the main international gateway of the country. Its main alternate airports are both Diosdado Macapagal International Airport in Angeles City and Mactan-Cebu International Airport in Lapu-Lapu City, Metro Cebu.
It is located along the border between Pasay City and Parañaque City in Metro Manila. It is about 7 kilometers south of the country's capital Manila, and southwest of Makati City's Central Business District.
The airport is managed by the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), a branch of the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC).
NAIA has a primary runway (3,737 m) running at 061°/241° (designated as Runway 06/24) and a secondary runway (2,258 m) running at 136°/316° (designated jhklkas Runway 13/31).
NAIA has two operational international terminals, with the third one scheduled to open by March 2006, and a separate domestic terminal.
The first terminal, NAIA-1, is the original terminal and was constructed in 1981. The 67,000 square meter terminal was designed by Filipino architect Leandro V.
Locsin and has a design capacity of 4.5 million passengers per year. It currently serves all non-Philippine Airlines international flights. The terminal reached capacity in 1991 and has been over capacity ever since and is now crowded and with few modern comforts or facilities.