Call Before You Go to NAIA

Know Before You Go

A lot of people, both Filipino and Foreigner seem to be having a lot of problems lately at NAIA airport. Here’s a news flash. The world is sitting dead in the middle of one of the worst pandemics the world has ever known.

The Trains (or Planes) Are Not Going To Run On Time!

Before giving way to your anger and start cursing everyone in site, back off on the power a bit and try to confirm schedules before you let yourself be stranded by factors outside the control of most airport and airline employees.  The following is quoted from the NAIA Facebook Page for you information and consideration.

Getting pissed at everyone in sight is not going to make COVID 19 go away any faster.

Ninoy Aquino International Airport MIAA is sharing a COVID-19 Update.

Passengers advise with airline tickets to contact their airline first to determine if your day flight continues or not.
DON ‘ T GO TO NAIA WITHOUT CONFIRMED FLIGHT AND TICKET ON THE MISMONG DAY because it’s all flights allowed to enter the airport.
DON ‘ T BELIEVE IN FAKE NEWS! There is nothing good to believe in FAKE NEWS. Let’s stay calm and don’t send the sayings.
The circumstances of these days have been proof that instead of alleviating hardship, those who believed in text or group chat said especially if it is not confirmed.
Our airports are just small. We don’t have a place to offer for passengers for re-booking or fellow countrymen who are in case of ride for free flights. That’s why we beg you all.
For Locally Stranded Individuals (LSI) you can call the NCR-Crisis Intervention Unit Hotline at 8734-8635. You can also help text anytime in our NAIA text hotline 0917-8396242 or 0918-9186242 or call our voice hotline 8771-1111 for your inquiries. You can also send a message to our Facebook Page (MIAAGovPH) at any time.
We wish everyone safety against COVID-19.
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Thanks For Your Kind Consideration

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