MANILA, Philippines — If you're flying to a local destination via Zest Air or Sea Air, chances are you'll depart from Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 4.
Terminal 4 used to be the old Philippine domestic airport. It's a one-story building. It's also the oldest among all the terminals in NAIA.
|Terminal 4 used to be the old Philippine domestic airport.|
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|Map around NAIA. Terminal 4 is in red.|
Here's a look inside:
There's a lighted "exhibit" showing the stuff you can and cannot bring on board.
By the way, terminal fee is Php 200. If I'm not mistaken, I think this is now part of the ticket cost.
|There's an ATM inside just in case you run out of cash.|
|Food inside is a bit on the expensive side. |
There are rice meals, sandwiches, chips, soup, and even Cinabbon!
|I love how NAIA 4 has an infant feeding station and a kiddie travelers' lounge!|
|It's a station designed for charging your gadgets!|
Good thing there's Wi-Fi here to keep everyone sane from all the waiting.
|Outside going to the plane.|
|No fancy terminal walkways leading to the plane.|
|Zest Air is one of the airlines that use Terminal 4|
To save money trying to hail an airport taxi going home from Terminal 4, try looking for a normal taxi on the street. No need to go far. You can wait for one right outside the gate's terminal. Just be careful!
For more pictures of NAIA Terminal 4, click here.