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How to Get Out and In | Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 : Public Transport for 20 pesos

Commuting from NAIA Terminal 3 is quite easy and cheap compared to Metered Taxi, it's just a little patient needed because of the limited  shuttle bus going out and going in.

The first thing to do is to secure all your belongs before to exit the terminal, you can see the airport loop on the right side of the exit door of the NAIA terminal 3.

The second thing to do is to fall in line, but make sure to ask first the airport loop staff about where the bus going to because there is also a bus going to inter-terminal route, Terminal 1 , Terminal 2, Terminal 4. 



The route of the bus is from Terminal 3 to
> Baclaran Church
> Edsa/ Heritage Hotel
> LRT/MRT Lines
> Tramo

                          

If you wish to commute again going to NAIA Terminal 3 from Taft/Edsa MRT/LRT station it is also easy as you commute from NAIA Terminal to going out.

The parking area of the Airport Loop is located in the back of Hotel Sogo in the Taft/ Edsa MRT/LRT station. The bus leaves from the parking area in the back of Hotel Sogo as early as 6:00am for their 1st trip going to NAIA Terminal 3.

                         

The fare of the shuttle bus  as cheapest as 20 pesos compare to Metered taxi that will cost more than 100 pesos due to very traffic.






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