Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is one of two international airports serving the Metro Manila area and is the main international gateway to the Philippines.
There are 4 terminals:
NAIA Terminal 1 is a 16-gate terminal which currently services all international flights coming into Manila, except for those operated by Cebu Pacific Air, PAL Express, Philippine Airlines, All Nippon Air, Delta Air Lines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Emirates Airline, Singapore Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways.
NAIA Terminal 2 or the Centennial Terminal holds both the international and domestic operations of the country’s flag carrier, Philippine Airlines.
NAIA Terminal 3 is currently the largest airport in Manila, a 65-hectare property adjacent to the NAIA runway facilities. The ground floor handles arrivals and the third level facilitating departures. Each level has 600 meters of curbside space, for drop offs and pickups. It houses all international flights of Delta Air Lines, Cathay Pacific Airways, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Emirates Airlines, All Nippon Airways, AirAsia Philippines. International and domestic flights of Cebu Pacific Air and domestic flights by PAL Express.
NAIA Terminal 4 (domestic) houses operations of local carriers such as AirSWIFT, Cebgo, Philippine Air Asia and Skyjet.