MANILA - Airport authorities said they are looking to finish the rehabilitation of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 2 by March next year.
Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) General Manager Ed Monreal said Terminal 2's P600-million "architectural facelift" started in September last year and is meant to upgrade several features of the facility.
Among the features being repaired or upgraded are the terminal's facade, floors, roof, as well as glass doors at the pre-departure gates and fixed bridge gates.
The departure check-in hall and the arrival baggage area are also up for expansion.
The flight information display system will also be improved and a new public address system installed after the rehabilitation is completed.
Monreal said they have sought to minimize the inconvenience to passengers during the terminal's rehab.
NAIA Terminal 2 is used by Philippine Airlines and several other regional airlines.