Terminals for some PAL, AirAsia flights reassigned starting December

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, November 27) — Some Philippine Airlines (PAL) and AirAsia flights will be given different terminal assignments at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) starting December.

In an advisory released Sunday, PAL flights to and from the United States, Guam, Doha (Qatar), and Bali (Indonesia) will depart and arrive at NAIA Terminal 1 effective Dec. 1.

“The transfer of U.S., Guam, Doha, and Bali flights to Terminal 1 is in line with operational requirements in preparation for the busy holiday season,” said the MIAA.

Here is the complete list of PAL flights assigned to NAIA Terminal 1:

- Bali

- Dammam

- Dubai

- Doha

- Riyadh

- Toronto

- Vancouver

- Los Angeles

- San Francisco

- New York

- Honolulu

- Guam

Meanwhile, the following PAL flights will remain at NAIA Terminal 2:

- Bangkok

- Brisbane

- Busan

- Fukuoka

- Tokyo (Haneda)

- Hanoi

- Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)

- Hong Kong

- Jakarta

- Osaka (Kansai)

- Kuala Lumpur

- Macau

- Melbourne

- Tokyo (Narita)

- Phnom Penh

- Port Moresby

- Seoul (Incheon)

- Singapore

- Sydney

- Taipei

- Wuhan

In another advisory, all AirAsia flights from Manila to Caticlan, Boracay and Cebu will depart and arrive at NAIA Terminal 3.

“Meanwhile, all other AirAsia domestic flights will operate from NAIA Terminal 4 and AirAsia International flights remain to operate at NAIA Terminal 3,” said the MIAA.

The MIAA earlier said that the new terminal reassignments are aimed to address congestion at the NAIA, particularly at Terminals 2 and 4, especially with the coming holiday season.