Located on the border of Parañaque and Pasay, the Manila International Airport, also known as the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, services the city of Manila and its surrounding metropolitan area. The main gateway for international travellers in the Philippines, the Manila International Airport is the hub of all Filipino airlines and is situated just 7km south of the city of Manila and southwest of Makati, or a 20 to 30 minute drive. Experiencing considerable growth, the Philippines airport is one of the busiest in Asia handling a record breaking 31,558,002 of passenger traffic in the last year.
The airport features four terminals, Terminal 1 covers 67,000 sqm and features 18 air bridges although does not have a Gate 8 or Gate 13. Servicing approximately 33 airlines in total, the terminal serves all non-Cebu Pacific international flights and all non-Philippine Airlines with a capacity of 6 million passengers each year. Terminal 2, also known as Centennial Terminal, commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Philippines' declaration of independence and is exclusively used by Philippine Airlines. Covering 75,000 sqm, the terminal is divided into the international North Wing and the domestic South Wing. Servicing approximately 2.5 million international passengers and 5 million domestic passengers annually, the terminal has a total capacity of 9 million.
Terminal 3 is the largest and newest of the complex and is situated on 63.5 hectares of the Villamore Air Base. Covering 182,500 sqm, the terminal is 1.2km in length and features a shopping mall spread over four levels and connected to parking and the terminal itself. The busy terminal services approximately 33,000 passengers every day or, in peak periods, 6,000 passengers every hour. Terminal 4, also known as the domestic passenger terminal, services all domestic flights operated by Tigerair Philippines and AirAsia Zest, however most international flights by AirAsia Zest also operate out of this terminal.