Ninoy Aquino International Airport


NAIA Terminal 1

NAIA Terminal 1 is the second oldest terminal still in operation, following Terminal 4. It has seen substantial growth and change over the years. It handles international flights exclusively. It is next to Runway 06/24, which makes it convenient for international flights as most international flights take off and land on this runway.

Originally designed to handle six million passengers annually, Terminal 1 saw almost 8.3 million passengers pass through its gates in 2023.

The terminal is also known as Ninoy Aquino Terminal. It holds a significant place in Philippine history as it was on this tarmac that Ninoy Aquino was assassinated.

Airlines operating at NAIA Terminal 1

As of June 13, 2024, 18 airlines operate at NAIA Terminal 1. The terminal's biggest user is Philippine Airlines who operates all international flights from this terminal.

AirlineFlights
Philippine Airlines (PR)International
China Airlines (CI)International
EVA Air (BR)International
Korean Air (KE)International
Asiana Airlines (OZ)International
Japan Airlines (JL)International
Malaysia Airlines (MH)International
Xiamen Air (MF)International
Saudia (SV)International
Air China (CA)International
China Eastern Airlines (MU)International
Oman Air (WY)International
Royalair (RW)International
Zipair (ZG)International
Royal Brunei Airlines (BI)International
Air Niugini (PX)International
Shenzhen Airlines (ZH)International
Kuwait Airways (KU)International

Destinations served by NAIA Terminal 1

NAIA Terminal 1 has flights to 46 cities spanning 23 countries.

ChinaBeijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Quanzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Xiamen
AustraliaBrisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney
JapanFukuoka, Nagoya, Osaka, Tokyo
Saudi ArabiaDammam, Jeddah, Medina, Riyadh
United StatesHonolulu, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco
CanadaToronto, Vancouver
IndonesiaBali Denpasar, Jakarta
South KoreaBusan, Seoul
TaiwanKaohsiung, Taipei
VietnamHanoi, Ho Chi Minh
BruneiBrunei
CambodiaPhnom Penh
GuamGuam
Hong KongHong Kong
KuwaitKuwait City
MacaoMacau
MalaysiaKuala Lumpur
OmanMuscat
Papua New GuineaPort Moresby
QatarDoha
SingaporeSingapore
ThailandBangkok
United Arab EmiratesDubai