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Intercontinental Manila
One Ayala Avenue 1226 Makati,
Manila, 1 PH

Holiday Inn Galleria Suites
1 Asian Development Bank Avenue,
Pasig City, 1655 PH

Manila Airport Marriott Terminal 3
No 10 Newport Boulevard, Newport City Complex, Pasay City
Manila, 1309 Philippines

Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila
CCP Complex Roxas Boulevard,
Manila, 1099 PH

The Peninsula Manila
Corner of Ayala & Makati Avenues,
Manila, 1226 PH

Microtel Manila Mall
Coralway Avenuecor
Manila, PH 1308

Hyatt Hotel And Casino Manila
1588 Pedro Gil Corner Mh Del Pilar,
Manila, 1004 PH

Manila Pavilion Hotel And Casino
United Nations Avenue,
Manila, 1000 PH

Oxford Suites Makati
P Burgos Sts,
Makati, 1200 PH

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About Manila International Airport

Manila International Airport originally opened in 1937 and moved to its current location in Paranaque City in 1948. Affectionately known as Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila International Airport consists of four main terminals.

Terminal 1, the oldest terminal serves all international airlines that fly into Manila. Terminal 2, known as the Centennial Terminal, was completed in 1998 and exclusively serves Philippine Airlines for both international and domestic flights. Terminal 3 opened in 2008 serves Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, PAL Express, Air Philippines, and All Nippon Airways. More international air carriers are scheduled to move their operations to Terminal 3 in near future.

Terminal 4 serves as the main domestic terminal for Zest Airways and South East Asian Airlines. Unlike the other terminals, Terminal 4 does not have any jet bridges for passengers; they either walk on the tarmac or are transported via bus to their respective flights.

All terminals offer food vendors, retail stores, and foreign exchange services for the convenience of the passengers. Since none of the terminals are physically connected, transportation is available to those who need to transfer in between terminals. If your final stop is Manila, there are a variety of affordable transportation options that will take you to your desired destination within the city.

Manila International Airport served as the main stage for one of the most important events in Philippine history. On August 21st, 1983, Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino was assassinated on the tarmac of Terminal 1 just as he was exiting the plane. He was returning from self-imposed exile in the United States to challenge former dictator Ferdinand Marcos.

In honor of the memory of Benigno Aquino, five years after his assassination, the Philippine Government passed Republic Act No. 6639, changing the name to Ninoy Aquino International Airport.