NAIA Airport Guide

Day and Overnight Parking at NAIA


Whether you are self-driving yourself to the airport or someone is driving you to the airport, there are parking options at the terminals of Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL).

Since the terminals in NAIA aren't connected by foot both in landside and airside, it is highly advised that you park at your corresponding terminal's car park.

Parking at Terminal 1

Terminal 1 has three different car parks. Car Park A is located just across the terminal and is the most accessible. Car Park B, meanwhile, is on the right side of the terminal when facing the terminal. It is not accessible as Car Park A so if you have accessibility issues, it is best to park in Car Park A. Car Park C is the most remote.

All three (3) car parks are open car parks so it's nice to put some windshield cover/shade in case you are parking overnight.

Parking fee for car parks in Terminal 1 is PHP 40 for the first three hours and PHP 15 for each succeeding hour. If you are parking overnight, you'll have to pay PHP 300 for every 24 hours and PHP 15 for each succeeding hour outside the 24-hour block.

Parking at Terminal 2

Terminal 2 has two car parks, Car Park 1 and 2. Car Park 1 is located just across the terminal and is the most accessible. Car Park 2 is on a remote area but can still be an option if Car Park 1 is full. Both car parks are outdoor parking lots.

Parking fee for car parks in Terminal 2 is PHP 40 for the first three hours and PHP 15 for each succeeding hour. If you are parking overnight, you'll have to pay PHP 300 for every 24 hours and PHP 15 for each succeeding hour outside the 24-hour block.

Parking at Terminal 3

Terminal 3 has two car parks, the Multi-level Covered Parking and the Open Car Park across the terminal. Both are convenient options but it is recommended to leave your vehicle in the multi-level car park if you are parking overnight.

Parking fee for car parks in Terminal 3 is PHP 40 for the first three hours and PHP 15 for each succeeding hour. If you are parking overnight, you'll have to pay PHP 300 for every 24 hours and PHP 15 for each succeeding hour outside the 24-hour block.

Parking at Terminal 4

Terminal 4 only has one official car park open to the public despite it being called Car Park B. Car Park B is located across the terminal. Among all the terminals, it has the smallest capacity of car parks. Alternatively, you can avail of overnight parking to adjacent establishments such as Salem Complex.

Parking fee for car parks in Terminal 4 is PHP 40 for the first three hours and PHP 15 for each succeeding hour. If you are parking overnight, you'll have to pay PHP 300 for every 24 hours and PHP 15 for each succeeding hour outside the 24-hour block. The fee for Salem Complex parking should be relatively similar.

Park 'N Fly

No matter what terminal you are travelling on, you can park at Park 'N Fly and avail of their 24-hour shuttle service to any terminal. They offer covered overnight parking services. If you wish to avail of their services, please make sure to arrive earlier as the traffic around the airport is erratic.