Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport has opened international flights out of Terminal 3 starting today (July 8).

Terminal 3 - which was closed in March amid the COVID-19 pandemic – will see the return of foreign carriers assigned to the terminal including All Nippon Airways, AirAsia Berhad, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, and Turkish Airlines. The airlines listed shifted their operations to Terminal 1 when operations at Terminal 3 were suspended.

However, international flights from Terminal 3 operated by Cebu Pacific, Delta, QANTAS, and United will remain suspended.

All other foreign airlines that have resumed flights to Manila will arrive/depart at Terminal 1. Terminal 1 will also host departures for Philippine Airlines' international flights while Terminal 2 will be used for the airline's international arrivals.

For Domestic flights will be split among Terminal 2 (Philippine Airlines) and Terminal 3 for all other domestic flights. Domestic flight operations at Terminal 4 remain suspended.


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