Which NAIA Terminal is Philippine Airlines?

Philippine Airlines operates both in Terminal 2 and in Terminal 1. Some flights labeled as Philippine Airlines are codeshare flights operated by other Airlines.

What terminal is PAL at domestic?

NAIA Terminal 2
NAIA Terminal 2 operates domestic and international flights by Philippine Airlines or PAL, the national flag carrier. Terminal 2 is also known as the Centennial Terminal to commemorate the centennial year of declaration of Philippine independence. The shape of NAIA Terminal 2 is like a “V”.

Where is Philippine Airlines terminal?

PAL Airport Terminals – International Flights

Manila MNL Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Flight Departure
All Flights (except US, Dammam, Dubai, and Riyadh ) T1

Is PAL Express and Philippine Airlines the same?

PAL Express, legally known as Air Philippines Corporation and formerly branded as Air Philippines and Airphil Express, is a wholly owned subsidiary airline of Philippine Airlines which is under its ownership. It is PAL’s regional brand, with services from its hubs in Manila, Clark, Cebu, and Davao.

Where does PAL land in NAIA?

NAIA Terminal 2 is exclusively used by Philippine Airlines, also known as PAL, and as the country’s national flag carrier.

What terminal is PAL international departure?

NAIA Terminal 1, for all PAL international flights except for flights to USA and Guam. NAIA Terminal 2 for all PAL domestic flights and flights bound for Guam, Honolulu, New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.

What terminal is PAL departure?

All PAL domestic departures and arrivals remain at NAIA Terminal 2. The changes in terminal assignments involve international flights.

Can I stay overnight at NAIA Terminal 2?

P.S. The only option to sleep in NAIA is currently The Wings Transit Lounge in Terminal 3. If you’d rather stay in accommodation near the airport, see the hotels near NAIA on Agoda.

Is PAL Express International?

PAL Express operates a fleet that includes Airbus and Bombardier aircraft and provides both domestic and international services to from the Philippines to destinations within Malaysia, China, Hong Kong and United Arab Emirates.

What airport does Philippine Airlines fly to?

Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Philippine Airlines (PR), also known as PAL is the official airline of the Republic of Philippines. Its primarily hubs are located in Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila and Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Cebu City, from where it operates flights to 31 destinations in Philippines and 36 across the world.