P2P buses to NAIA from Alabang and Laguna available by November 8

Aika Rey
The new routes to NAIA will have 4 stops: two in Muntinlupa and 2 in Sta Rosa, Laguna

POINT-TO-POINT. The South-NAIA P2P route by UBE Express will start operations on November 8. Photo from Ube Express Facebook page

MANILA, Philippines – Premium point-to-point (P2P) buses to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) from Alabang, Muntinlupa, and Sta Rosa, Laguna, will start operations by Thursday, November 8.

In a Facebook post on Tuesday, November 6, UBE Express buses – owned by logistics firm Airfreight 2100 Inc – announced the new route. It will pass by the following stops:

  • Alabang Town Center
  • Ayala South Park, Muntinlupa
  • Robinsons Tagapo in Sta Rosa, Laguna
  • Solenad in Nuvali, Sta Rosa

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The premium bus firm will bring passengers to NAIA terminals 1, 2, 3, and 4. Bus trip schedules and fares have yet to be announced.

Meanwhile, online bookings through the UBE Express passenger app are still on hold, as the firm upgrades with additional features.

Bookings and other inquiries may be done by calling (02) 234 3439 or by visiting their Facebook page. Air21 has also set up an authorized booking office in airport terminals to allow passengers to conveniently buy tickets. 

The South-NAIA route is the 6th route launched by UBE Express. Its P2P buses also bring passengers from NAIA to the Entertainment City and Grand Prix Hotel in Pasay, along the Robinsons route in Manila, and Ayala Center in Makati. 

It recently launched the Araneta Cubao-NAIA route with a fixed price of P100 per trip.

All premium P2P buses are equipped with a global positioning system technology, WiFi connection, and closed circuit television cameras. – Rappler.com

Aika Rey

Aika Rey is a business reporter for Rappler. She covered the Senate of the Philippines before fully diving into numbers and companies. Got tips? Find her on Twitter at @reyaika or shoot her an email at aika.rey@rappler.com.