This is a tentative list of operational flights to/from Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airports as of March 24, 2020. Please take note that an airline may cancel their flights without prior notice. Make sure you coordinate with your airline before going to the airport. This list was taken from NAIA’s official Facebook page.
As of today, there are 17 departures and 17 arrivals expected. The airlines currently operating at NAIA are:
Terminal 1: Japan Airlines, China Airlines, Asiana Airlines, Korean Airlines, Eva Air, Hong Kong Airlines, and Etihad Airways.
Terminal 2: Philippine Airlines to/from Narita, Brisbane, and Los Angeles.
Terminal 3: Emirates Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, and Qatar Airways.
Who can fly out?
Only balikbayan, OFWs, and foreigners are allowed to leave the country. Filipino tourists are prohibited to depart the Philippines.
OWWA’s Hatid Sundo for stranded passengers
- The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) has launched the “Hatid-Sundo sa Stranded OFWs” to provide free transport service to OFWs heading to and from the NAIA Terminals in light of the COVID-19 threat.
- Seven (7) buses were mobilized to pick-up OFWs at the NAIA Terminals 1, 2 and 3, for transport to designated drop-off points in Dau, Pampanga; Calamba, Laguna; and within the National Capital Region.
- OFWs scheduled to fly overseas within the community quarantine period may also avail of the free-transport service of OWWA in going to NAIA.
Do you have a scheduled flight to/from NAIA? Let us know your experience in the comment section below.