Transportation

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Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila.

The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is located about 22 kilometers south of the conference venue. A taxi ride to the hotel takes approximately 30 minutes and costs from PhP250 (about US$6) regular service to PhP500 (about US$11), depending on the traffic and time of day.

You may also travel around Metro Manila by jeepney, bus, or train. Jeepney fares start at PhP8.50 (20 US cents) and bus fares, PhP11 (25 US cents), but could go as high as PhP30 (about 70 US cents). Train tickets may be bought at the station from PhP15 to PhP20.

The taxi is the most comfortable way to travel in the city especially if you do not know the routes. Taxis are widely available and metered. They can be flagged or booked via taxi booking applications.

From the airport, two-kilometer ride by taxi could get you to the Light Rail Transit line 1 (LRT-1)’s Baclaran station. In the future, another LRT line is to be constructed to connect LRT-1’s Baclaran Station directly to the airport’s 3 terminals.

Road: The NAIA Expressway or NAIA Skyway connecting NAIA/Sales Exit of Metro Manila Skyway and Andrews Avenue in front of Terminal 3. It would soon be extended to Domestic Road, linking with the Domestic Terminal, and NAIA Road before reaching the Coastal Road. Terminal 3 is served by Sales Exit of South Luzon Expressway, and the NAIA Road-Roxas Boulevard Intersection of Coastal Road serving Terminals 1, 2 and 4.

Bus and Jeepney: Nine bus routes serve the airport from various points in Metro Manila: eight which go through Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA), and one via Circumferential Road 5 (C-5).

AIRPORT TAX

airportPassenger Terminal Fee is levied on all passengers embarking for:

  • International travel, PHP750 (about US$17)
  • Domestic travel: PHP200 (about US$3.50)

Place of payment: Airport of departure terminals

The following persons are exempted from paying the terminal fees:

  • Children under 2 years of age.
  • Transit passengers remaining in the transit area and not leaving the airport.
  • Crew members of airlines.