When will foreign airlines transfer to NAIA-3?



MANILA, Philippines – The wait for the transfer of international flights to the most modern terminal building at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) remains.

Jose Angel Honrado, the head of the Manila airport authority, explains why in this December 1, 2011 interview with Move.PH’s Lala Rimando.

Currently, overseas Filipino workers, tourists, businessmen and other passengers bound for or flying in from abroad go through the 30-year-old and congested NAIA Terminal 1.

Only local airlines Cebu Pacific Air, PAL Express, and Air Philippines, as well as Japanese budget carrier ANA operate at the NAIA Terminal 3. 

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