Terminal 4 houses all domestic flights except Philippine Airlines. Philippine Airlines flights operate at Terminal 2.
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NAIA Terminal 4 Location Map courtesy of Google Maps
So how do you get there? If you’re driving a private vehicle or car, you can follow these directions:
From North Metro Manila
Take EDSA towards Pasay City. Past the Magallanes interchange, take the left lane of EDSA into the Tramo flyover. Head straight after clearing the flyover, and turn right at the end of the road. Continue down the road and take the left exit out of the rotunda with a Petron station located right in front of it). The entrance to the terminal follows shortly to your left.
From South Metro Manila
Take the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) or Skyway towards Manila, and take the Villamor exit ramp. Continue down the road past Terminal 3 and the Resorts World complex and onto the Rotunda monument. Continue down the road until you reach another rotunda â€“ with a Petron station located right in front of it, take the left exit. The entrance to the terminal follows shortly to your left.
From West Manila
Motorists may turn onto MIA Road at the junction of Coastal Road and Roxas Boulevard. Turn left at the intersection with Park-N-Fly; the entrance to the terminal follows shortly to your right.
If you’re going to commute or use public transport, follow the instructions below:
Passengers taking the Metro-Rail Transit (MRT) line may disembark at the EDSA-Taft station. An airport shuttle terminal is located beside the MRT station.
Those travelling by city bus routes may take a bus plying the EDSA-MIA route. These buses will pass Terminals 1 and 2 while a jeepney route can take you to Terminal 3. Additionally, you can take the airport shuttle service to move on to the different airport terminals.