Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) Terminal 1

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  • Katrina A.
    ":) 👍☺😀✈💺pleasant flight!!"(39 Tips)
    Mark H.
    "Departure tax is 750 peso (or you can pay in US$, about $18)."(19 Tips)
    Abbie R.
    "Check-in counters and immigration lines are really long."(24 Tips)
    Felipe F.
    "since you are here, don't forget to pay the 500 pesos terminal fee."(40 Tips)
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  • Michael Josh V.
    If you're flying Singapore Airlines it's always best to check-in online. There is a separate queue for web check-in that is much, much shorter. In fact oftentimes there is no one in line at all.
  • J ason B.
    J ason BAugust 8, 2014
    It's a no "wang-wang" zone, people! DYI, a "wang-wang"er is someone who thinks they're too important to wait in line like everyone else. I like this sign. Everywhere should be a "wang-wang"-free zone!
    Upvoted 6 days ago
  • IG @antskong
    IG @antskongDecember 9, 2014
    Long queues going in due to scanning of the luggages. Thats before check in. Remember this is an OLD airport. Must get your shoe polished inside the terminal after check in. My tradition anyway.
  • Zyreen C.
    Zyreen CanchelaMarch 30, 2015
    Try Japan airlines if you wish to fly to Narita or for a connecting flight going to states. Japan airlines is really accommodating and will serve you with warm welcome hearts.
  • Robert R.
    Robert ReyesJuly 22, 2010
    While waiting for your flight, drop by The Sampaguita Lounge (turn right after the Duty Free shops). For just 10 dollars (PHP450), enjoy free-flowing beverages, chicken arroz caldo (congee), etc.
  • Rumi
    RumiAugust 29, 2013
    The terminal fee is 550 peso or US$12.55 on August 30th, 2013. You can pay by cash or card. If you have only bill of US$20 or US$50, never mind, they could give you US$5 and some pesos as a change.
  • ' Rafael Ry❦n A.
    The East Wing entrance is closed for repair, go around the West Wing entrance...watch out for the minuscule sidewalk especially if you're using the carrying karts. Still as ugly as 10-years ago.
  • Alex R.
    Alex RaduJuly 10, 2013
    The Mall of Asia is a great place to hang out if you have a long layover. Just walk out of the airport, hop on any Northbound bus to Baclaran (costs P 12) and take a jeep to MoA (costs P 8)
  • Kai O.
    Kai OngMay 29, 2014
    If you have no access to airline lounges, there's a lounge called club Manila that you can use by paying 650pesos. There's stable wifi here, decent food and drinks. Good investment for lots of waiting
  • Robert R.
    Robert ReyesOctober 7, 2010
    Stay at The Sampaguita Lounge (just right after the Duty Free shops) for a quiet, relaxing space while waiting for your flight. Buffet snacks with FREE WiFi!
  • Rob B.
    Rob BilsonAugust 21, 2014
    Although the law changed in 2013 allowing the use if itineraries in mobile devices, it's still faster to enter the airport with a paper copy of your itinerary.
  • Jonathan J.
    Jonathan JosonJuly 17, 2010
    Citi PremierMiles and Platinum holders get to access the Delta Sky Club, but only from 8 am to 8 pm! Quite useless if you're on early US-bound flights. Amex card holders get to access Miascor lounge.
  • Sergio A.
    Sergio ArroyoFebruary 18, 2010
    word of caution, there are two international airports in Manila, one which is for Philippine Airlines (PAL) flights only and the other NAIA1 which serves all others. Make sure your going to the right1
  • Kai O.
    Kai OngFebruary 28, 2014
    The free wifi seems hard to connect to, both my phone and laptop can't seem to log on to it. Invest in a data sim card if u need data like me. Affordable at 400p for 5days unlimited data w Globe.
  • Aaron
    AaronJanuary 21, 2014
    If u get out for a quick cigarette DON'T talk to the cops and don't smile to them they will ask u 4 a souvenir ( cash, mostly foreingin value ). They should bomb this place and rebuild it from scratch
  • Christiano C.
    Christiano CarletoMarch 7, 2013
    When boarding be prepared to pay 550 philipino pesos right at Customs! It is a mandatory Airport departure fee that you must collect and is equivalent to 12 USD. At least they accept credit Cards.
  • Leo S.
    Leo SumulongAugust 10, 2014
    Prepare yourself psychologically before arriving. Tell yourself you're patient and prepare to let annoyances slide. Breathe. That's all you can do until they bring this place into the 21st century.
  • Rose F.
    Rose FerrerAugust 16, 2011
    If flying via TG, before heading to the airport, check-in online. At the TG check-in counters, in the airport, queue at the biz class and say you did an online check-in. Time saver.
  • Natasha D.
    Natasha DavisJanuary 10, 2013
    There are 3 different security checkpoints throughout the airport: one to get into the airport, one to get into the terminal, and another to board the plane. Thankfully you can leave your shoes on.
  • Gustino B.
    Gustino BasuanJanuary 26
    Tripple checking before entering flights. You can't bring in your lighter in. Don't forget to buy some Philippines Mango as a gift :-)
  • Michael R.
    Michael RamasNovember 16, 2011
    Get here EARLY, like 3-4 hours before your flight leaves. Security is tight, you go through 4-5 frisk and checks. Make sure you got your tickets or itineraries printed out or else you won't get in.
  • Cyrus H.
    Cyrus HungOctober 8, 2012
    authorities asks to see your passport and boarding pass/ticket every possible check point. Before you enter the airport, check in line,the security line,the hallway to the gate, at the gate etc.
  • Nicholas Carlo R.
    Nicholas Carlo RamosAugust 4, 2013
    Restrooms near the boarding areas are now been renovated. The assigned cleaner is also very polite & accomodating. :)
  • Kate Z.
    Kate ZuluetaApril 28, 2011
    theres a shuttle service if your going to naia 1,2, and 3. its around 20 pesos.. and some are free (from terminal 3 to resorts world in front of Naia terminal 3)
  • Bobbi H.
    Bobbi HerreraAugust 24, 2013
    Been here a couple of times in the past and online check in saves you ton of time with the long queues. It used to take me an hour to check in and now it only took me 5 minutes!
  • Erick B.
    Erick BoshJanuary 25, 2014
    When picking-up someone, just pay for parking and wait at the waiting area. Do not be like others that park at the unloading/loading zone. It's not proper and an inconvenience to other people.
  • Monica T.
    Monica Trajano2 weeks ago
    Although newly renovated, all it really got was a paint job. Still very crowded since the place isn't any bigger. The parking lot is in dire need of a face lift! Sad, sad state of affairs here.
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  • 4sqPhilippines
    4sqPhilippinesAugust 5, 2011
    Did you know: There are only two international airports servicing Manila, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Paranaque City and Diosdado Macapagal International Airport in Clark Field, Pampanga
  • Mennen A.
    Mennen AracidMarch 7, 2011
    The MIASCOR lounge is free for Citibank Miles card holders. This is a good respite after the long queues at check-in.
  • Jayjay S.
    Jayjay SantosSeptember 4, 2013
    If spouse is an OFW and you're going to the country where he/she is working, present their OEC and marriage certificate at the Travel Tax counter. You will only pay 50%.
  • 4sqPhilippines
    4sqPhilippinesJune 14, 2011
    Did you know: There are only two international airports servicing Manila, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Paranaque City and Diosdado Macapagal International Airport in Clark Field, Pampanga
  • Trina
    TrinaMarch 27, 2014
    Congratulations! You have now set foot on the World's Worst Airport! Take a #selfie and tick it off your bucket list, quick!
  • _ne0poTpoT_
    _ne0poTpoT_May 5, 2013
    Dont Q on the long lines..some immigration officers (e.g LAO-lady) are doing power tripping! They forgot the purpose of a "VISA", asking you documents which u already submitted at the embassy. #kaasar
  • Sakeena R.
    Sakeena RosliJune 21, 2013
    Get ready PHP550 before leaving Manila. Airport charge terminal fee. Also, if you web checked-in, get the departure card from the check in counters or from the guard at the departure gate.
  • Enrico S.
    Enrico SantosFebruary 20, 2015
    Happy trying Manila Airport Taxitaxi online booking with the best and most economical licensed transport service so far! No need for mobile app. Read more
  • Dexter | Techathand.net | BestOfRiyadh.com
    If you are travelling with Etihad, perform the online check in and look for their special lane,
  • Ernest C.
    Ernest CustodioFebruary 22, 2015
    If you have a choice, choose airlines that depart from / arrive at Terminal 2 or 3. Terminal 1 is a work in progress.
  • Florian K.
    Florian K.September 17, 2014
    The terminal is under renovation right now. Quite deserved, as it looks very outdated and kind of shabby. There was no restroom landside. Could find only a single power socket in the whole airside.
  • Natasha D.
    Natasha DavisJanuary 10, 2013
    If you plan to eat or do some shopping do it before you go to your gate- once you pass the checkpoint they won't let you go back.
  • Rose F.
    Rose FerrerAugust 1, 2011
    Unlike CX, TG's internet / mobile checkin is useless (other than selecting your seats as early as possible). No dedicated line, checkin info are manually encoded and thus may take time.
  • Jerome U.
    Jerome UyJuly 3, 2011
    If you're stuck in any Q, show any staff your ticket if you're flight is departing within the hour and they'll help you out.
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  • Miguel L.
    Miguel LimonOctober 4, 2011
    There is a children's lounge where they can play for free. its right beside the duty free area :)
  • Joel A.
    Joel AndayaJuly 21, 2011
    This is the only airport in the world (NAIA 2 & 3 included) where you find monstrous lines. Aggravating for the sleep deprived...
  • Danica S.
    Danica SilhiDecember 6, 2012
    Leave for the airport around the ETA to avoid waiting for a long time. Free wifi and live video feed of passengers could be entertaining otherwise
  • Rose F.
    Rose FerrerJune 13, 2011
    If flying via CX: Check-in online before heading to the airport, drop luggage (if any) + pick-up boarding pass at dedicated online check-in counters. Saves an hour of your time.
  • Maher H.
    Maher HaironSeptember 8, 2013
    Be sure to have 2500 pesos when going on a trip..........
  • Marcel W.
    Marcel WassmerJune 6, 2013
    Bring a pen to fill in the mandatory embarkation cards. There are no pens provided by the airport. And you can't go through the immigration without valid and filled in embarkation card.
  • Rob B.
    Rob BilsonAugust 21, 2014
    Do not show up more than 3 hours early for your flight or there's a good chance they won't have counters setup for your flight yet, and there's limited seating in the check-in area.
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