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Manila Ninoy Aquino (Terminal No.3) International Airport Airport Guide
Airport Guide
Manila is located on the Midwest side of Luzon Island and is a capital city of the Philippines. It includes a business district and shopping area lined with modern buildings. It was originally built as a fortress city "Intramuros" in the Spanish colonial historic era and is dotted with a variety of tourist areas. Manila (Ninoy Aquino) International Airport is about 10km south of the city center.
Arrival : Flights opereted by ANA will arrive at Terminal 3.
Arrival Terminal
Arrival Terminal
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ナョ Passengers arriving at Manila International Airport
Passengers connecting to Philippine Airlines
2 Passport control : Present your passport and immigration card.

【Passengers traveling to the Philippines are required to present a return /onward ticket at immigration】
In case of e-Ticket, it is required to have a printed Itinerary Receipt.
Please be noticed that passengers without a paper ticket or a printed Itinerary Receipt will be refused to enter.
Ticket (image presented) on an electronic device (such as laptop computer or mobile phone) will NOT be accepted.

Passengers connecting to International flights
After clearing all the arrival procedures, proceed to the check-in counter or airport terminal of your next flight.
Duty Free Limits
※400 cigarettes, 50 cigars or 250g of other tobacco products can be brought into the country duty-free.
2 bottles of liquor (under 1 liter/ea) for alcohol.
Personal use amount only during your stay in the Philippines for perfume.
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Departure : Flights operated by ANA will depart from Terminal 3.
Departures Terminal
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Departures Terminal
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ANA passengers departing from Manila International Airport
Payment of IPSC (International passenger service charge)
Passengers are required to pay IPSC when departing the country.
Proceed to the IPSC Payment Counter to pay the PHP 550 fee if instructed to do so by ground staff during check-in procedures.
(If the IPSC was included in the price of the air ticket, payment at the airport is not required.)
Payment by credit card (VISA, MASTER) is accepted.
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Traveling between Terminals
Map for airport area
Taxis and free shuttle bus services are available for traveling between terminals.
Travel time will depend on the waiting time for taxis, the situation of the shuttle bus operations, and traffic conditions.
Connecting passengers must go through another security check at the departure terminal for their connecting flight.
The immigration and customs inspection lines for entering the Philippines may be crowded.
Connecting passengers are advised to allow sufficient time between flights.

* Passengers transferring to/from Philippine Airlines shall be provided with free shuttle service between Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.

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