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  1. #15096

    Thank You

    Quote Originally Posted by Tryntry  [View Original Post]
    At the moment both these Star Alliance carriers still use terminal 1. After you get off the plane and walk into the terminal, just ask ground personnel where the transit gate is? Or the transit desk is, if you need a new boarding pass?

    At the terminal 1 transit gate, you will be required to go thru a security check to gain access to the departure level. Hope this helps.
    I appreciate the information.

  2. #15095

    Thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by KitieCarson  [View Original Post]
    Both Thai Air and United go Thru terminal 1 But unfortunately you do have to go thru security again.
    I appreciate the information.

  3. #15094
    Quote Originally Posted by Tryntry  [View Original Post]
    At the moment both these Star Alliance carriers still use terminal 1. After you get off the plane and walk into the terminal, just ask ground personnel where the transit gate is? Or the transit desk is, if you need a new boarding pass? At the terminal 1 transit gate, you will be required to go thru a security check to gain access to the departure level. Hope this helps.
    But if your connecting flight is a domestic flight, it is more likely it will depart from Terminal 2 or 3. See RK's note about checking flight reservations carefully and WR's discussion about traveling between terminals. Manila NAIA does not have light rail connecting the terminals; there are shuttle buses, but as WR reports, they are neither reliable nor fast. Fortunately, at Terminal 1, where you presumably arrive, there are not usually long queues for yellow cabs. But you will have to process through security again in the departure terminal. Do not make plans for short connecting times between arrival and departure flights. It's more fun in the Philippines.

  4. #15093
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodwint2  [View Original Post]
    Looking at possible connecting flights in Manila with Thai Air and United. Transit time is a few hours. Can anyone tell me the procedures at the airport if I am just changing flights in Manila? Do I have to go through additional security checks, go through customs or immigration and check in again? Every airport and country has their own unique procedures now days, so I was wondering what to expect in Manila. Thanks for any responses.
    At the moment both these Star Alliance carriers still use terminal 1. After you get off the plane and walk into the terminal, just ask ground personnel where the transit gate is? Or the transit desk is, if you need a new boarding pass?

    At the terminal 1 transit gate, you will be required to go thru a security check to gain access to the departure level. Hope this helps.

  5. #15092

    Termina 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Rodwint2  [View Original Post]
    Looking at possible connecting flights in Manila with Thai Air and United. Transit time is a few hours. Can anyone tell me the procedures at the airport if I am just changing flights in Manila? Do I have to go through additional security checks, go through customs or immigration and check in again? Every airport and country has their own unique procedures now days, so I was wondering what to expect in Manila. Thanks for any responses.
    Both Thai Air and United go Thru terminal 1 But unfortunately you do have to go thru security again.

  6. #15091

    Airline Connection

    Looking at possible connecting flights in Manila with Thai Air and United. Transit time is a few hours. Can anyone tell me the procedures at the airport if I am just changing flights in Manila? Do I have to go through additional security checks, go through customs or immigration and check in again? Every airport and country has their own unique procedures now days, so I was wondering what to expect in Manila. Thanks for any responses.

  7. #15090
    Quote Originally Posted by RedKilt  [View Original Post]
    It is essential that you carefully read your ticket to be clear about where you are landing and, if you are connecting to another destination, to know which terminal it is. Remember that it can be very time-consuming getting between terminals notwithstanding that there are shuttle buses. They also get stuck in traffic. They are not like the shuttles in, for example, Sydney that travel within the airport boundary and so escape traffic congestion.

    There is no longer any Air Philippines. It's PAL only now, and the international flights land in Terminal 2 (Centennial terminal). However, there are many domestic PAL flights and PAL Express that use either Terminal 2 or Terminal 3.
    I have seen some lost souls at the wrong airport for a domestic flight so as RK says check with the airline or use Google as will make life easier. I have done that (once only) many years ago with what is now called Terminal 4.

    I have used the 'shuttle' once and never again! It was like a cross between a cattle market and a riot, ending up with my suitcase on my head!

    I go to the taxi rank and tell them the correct Terminal and offer to pay the rate to Makati (440 pesos). So it is $9 - wow a lot some may say (sometimes I pay 10 times more for a drive that is twice the distance in other parts of world so I see this $9 as cheap). The driver may ***** but when he realizes he is paid to Makati and has the chance of another passenger soon after the driver normally agrees.

  8. #15089
    Quote Originally Posted by SoapySmith  [View Original Post]
    My basic point was that, although he thinks he is arriving at Terminal 2, this would be true only if he is flying on PAL.
    I wasn't "lecturing" you Soapy. You know the score here.

    I was merely making a point for less-informed travellers that one must be careful to ensure that the correct terminal for departure in Manila is known when going to the airport.

    Your basic point is correct. If a guy is travelling on a PAL international flight then he is landing at Terminal 2.

  9. #15088
    Quote Originally Posted by RedKilt  [View Original Post]
    There is no longer any Air Philippines. It's PAL only now, and the international flights land in Terminal 2 (Centennial terminal). However, there are many domestic PAL flights and PAL Express that use either Terminal 2 or Terminal 3.
    My basic point was that, although he thinks he is arriving at Terminal 2, this would be true only if he is flying on PAL.

  10. #15087
    Quote Originally Posted by SoapySmith  [View Original Post]
    My recollection is that only Philippines Air Lines and Air Philippines (same company) fly into Terminal 2. If you are flying on any other international carrier, you will arrive either at Terminal 1 or 3. WC has described the location of one at Terminal One, although I arrived in there in August after 11 pm and found them closed; another time in early July about 10 pm they were still open. Terminal 3 has several to choose from, just past the plexiglass barrier that separates visitors from arriving passengers, and they seem to be open later.
    This is not specific about money changers but more about terminals and flights.

    You can no longer be definitive about certain airlines using specific terminals.

    It is essential that you carefully read your ticket to be clear about where you are landing and, if you are connecting to another destination, to know which terminal it is. Remember that it can be very time-consuming getting between terminals notwithstanding that there are shuttle buses. They also get stuck in traffic. They are not like the shuttles in, for example, Sydney that travel within the airport boundary and so escape traffic congestion.

    There is no longer any Air Philippines. It's PAL only now, and the international flights land in Terminal 2 (Centennial terminal). However, there are many domestic PAL flights and PAL Express that use either Terminal 2 or Terminal 3.

  11. #15086
    Quote Originally Posted by BillBuxton  [View Original Post]
    Thank you much I think terminal 2 is where I come in but will find one. Thanks again!
    My recollection is that only Philippines Air Lines and Air Philippines (same company) fly into Terminal 2. If you are flying on any other international carrier, you will arrive either at Terminal 1 or 3. WC has described the location of one at Terminal One, although I arrived in there in August after 11 pm and found them closed; another time in early July about 10 pm they were still open. Terminal 3 has several to choose from, just past the plexiglass barrier that separates visitors from arriving passengers, and they seem to be open later.

  12. #15085

    Money changer

    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoast1  [View Original Post]
    There is a money changer in Terminal 1, just after you pick up your luggage and depart the Customs guy (turn right as you go, before going outside). Its right across from the elevator.
    Thank you much I think terminal 2 is where I come in but will find one.

    Thanks again!

  13. #15084
    Quote Originally Posted by BillBuxton  [View Original Post]
    I will be getting to Manila on a late flight next month, does the airport have a money changer or ATM's available so I don't need to chance a late night visit? I will be at city garden and would feel safer picking up Xoom to myself during the day.

    Thanks fellas.

    Bill Buxton.
    There is a money changer in Terminal 1, just after you pick up your luggage and depart the Customs guy (turn right as you go, before going outside). Its right across from the elevator.

  14. #15083

    Monger rule number 1

    Quote Originally Posted by VicVeg  [View Original Post]
    I would of given him the 40 p and told him 'I was to tip you 50 p, but now will only give you the 40 p you want'. I got 'scammed' at a money exchange place where she shorted me 20 p and when I caught it, she easily gave it up to me. I told her to keep it and will never go back to that exchange place. These poor people need the $. 50 alot more than I do. I have been scammed alot worse in other places. In Mexico, a hottie offered me a BBBJ for 30 usd, and I said the going rate is 20 usd. She said ok, and sucked it for 2 minutes, and then wanted to leave. When I said 'give me the money back', she said 'no' over and over, yelling louder and louder so I let her go just to avoid the cops coming. these scammers are to scam the wrong guy sometime and get theirs....
    Never never pay first!

  15. #15082
    Quote Originally Posted by BillBuxton  [View Original Post]
    I will be getting to Manila on a late flight next month, does the airport have a money changer or ATM's available so I don't need to chance a late night visit? I will be at city garden and would feel safer picking up Xoom to myself during the day.

    Thanks fellas.

    Bill Buxton.
    Plenty of ATMs at the airport. I don't know how late money changers are open since I never use them. Just be sure to contact your bank to provide a travel notification (ATM and Credit) so they don't lock you out. The ATMs will "eat" your card on the third or fourth attempt and then you are SOL.

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