NAIA Terminal 3 to resume international flights Wednesday


Posted at Jul 05 2020 09:17 AM

MANILA - International flight operations at the Terminal 3 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, the Philippines' main gateway, will resume Wednesday, authorities said Sunday as the country further eased coronavirus-related restrictions.

The following airlines which were earlier relocated to NAIA Terminal 1 will be returned to Terminal 3, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said:

- All Nippon Airways (ANA)
- Air Asia Berhad (AK)
- Cathay Pacific (CX)
- Emirates (EK)
- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM)
- Qatar Airways (QR)
- Singapore Airlines (SQ)
- Turkish Airlines (TK)

NAIA Terminal 2 will remain to service international arrival flights of Philippine Airlines while the flag carrier's departures will operate from Terminal 1.

Airlines assigned in NAIA Terminal 1 will remain operations there, while Terminal 4 will stay closed until further notice, MIAA said.

Below are the airlines operating at Terminal 1:

- Air China (CA)
- Air Niugini (PX)
- Asiana Airlines (OZ)
- China Airlines (CI)
- China Eastern (MU)
- China Southern (CZ)
- Etihad Airways (EY)
- Eva Air (BR)
- Ethiopian Airlines (ET)
- Gulf Air (GF)
- Hong Kong Airlines
- Japan Airlines (JL)
- Jeju Air (7C)
- Jetstar Asia (3K)
- Jetstar Japan (GK)
- Korean Airlines (KE)
- Kuwait Airways (KU)
- Malaysian Airlines (MH)
- Oman Air (WY)
- Royal Brunei Airlines (BI)
- Saudi Airlines (SV)
- Scoot (TR)
- Thai Airways (TG)
- Xiamen Air

Authorities advised the public to constantly check airline websites for announcements. They may contact the MIAA through its Facebook page, or its hotlines 0917-8396242, 0918-8396242, and 8877-1111 for further assistance.

The Philippines had restricted international travel since March to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Only returning Filipino citizens and their families, Filipino migrant workers, permanent residents, and diplomats are allowed to enter the Philippines.

Foreign nationals stuck in the Philippines are free to leave the country.