The Ninoy Aquino International Airport, also called the Manila International Airport, is situated at the border between Pasay and Paranaque, south of Manila city. It consists of four terminals handling both domestic and international flights. Passengers may travel between terminals via the free airport shuttle service.
Business travellers will be glad to note that there are lounges with facilities such as meeting and conference rooms, quiet areas to work in, up-to-date newspapers and magazines, as well as televisions with news and entertainment channels. Other travellers may also make use of the lounge to rest on the comfortable sofas and seats. There are banks which offer financial services, as well as money changers if travellers need to exchange foreign currency to local Pesos. Additionally, there are also ATM machines conveniently stationed around the airport for travellers to withdraw cash and these accept most major bank cards.
Travellers with extra time to spare may browse at one of the many shops located within the airport. Goods such as fashion apparel and accessories, shoes, bags, gifts and souvenirs are on sale. There are also duty-free outlets where travellers may purchase tobacco, liquor and wine, perfume and cosmetics. Hungry travellers may fill their stomachs at restaurants, cafes, fast food joints and bars available.
Parents travelling with children may visit the Kiddie Traveller's Lounge, where children will be entertained by books, games, slides and so on. There are also televisions screening cartoons. Airport staff are on duty to supervise the children, and entry to the lounge is free of charge. Children below the age of 3 must be accompanied by an adult at all times while at the lounge. On top of the Kiddie Traveller’s Lounge, there are baby changing stations in both male and female toilets. There are also private feeding and nursing stations for mothers and their infants, as well as rooms equipped with cribs and supplies like milk powder, bottles and diapers.
Travellers who need to spend some time alone meditating or praying may find prayer facilities at the airport. Passengers feeling under the weather or are facing a medical emergency may visit the medical centre, which operates 24 hours a day. Smoking is strictly prohibited at the airport and travellers can only smoke at the designated smoking areas.
IMPORTANT! Information is correct as of 8 August 2014 and is subject to change. Please always check Ninoy Aquino International Airport website for the latest update of the following information.