24 Apr 2012
Manila Domestic Airport also known as Terminal 4 is located along Domestic Road through which NAIA Shuttle buses and vans pass on its way to Terminal 1 and 2 from Terminal 3. The terminal of this shuttle service for both departing and arriving passengers of our premier airport is located at Pasay Rotunda, adjacent to MRT-3 and a pedestrian bridge away from LRT-1. Please read the complete information and detailed guide on how you can get to any of the three terminals from your location via NAIA Shuttle bus in our entry entitled NAIA 1-2-3 Shuttle Bus: Easy Way To Get To & From NAIA Terminals.
Important Update: New bus route direct to Terminal-4 from EDSA's northern part, e.g., Caloocan and QC, opens. Read newly published article here -> City Buses Route Direct to NAIA 3&4 from North of Metro Manila
In comments' section of NAIA Shuttle Bus article, some passengers had asked how to get to Terminal 4. I hadn't written about it on that post because when I took NAIA Shuttle Bus prior to my posting of the first article, the bus didn't stop at Manila Domestic Airport to unload passenger.
Today, I've ridden the NAIA Shuttle Bus for the second time from its terminal in Pasay Rotunda to get an accurate direction to Terminal 4. And I found out that you can get to Terminal 4 aka Manila Domestic Terminal from both MRT-3 Taft Station and LRT-1 EDSA Station by riding NAIA Shuttle Bus at its terminal in EDSA-Pasay Rotunda.
How to get to Terminal 4?
From NAIA-3 and MRT-3 & LRT-1 in EDSA-Taft - Ride NAIA Shuttle Bus at its terminal in Pasay Rotunda. Alight at Terminal-3. Ride another bus/van bound for Terminal 2 and 1 at Terminal-3. Once inside the shuttle bus or van bound for NAIA-1 or 2, tell the driver that your destination is "Manila Domestic Airport" while he makes round of collecting the fare which, up to now, is only Php 20.
If there's no passenger that tells him Terminal 4 as destination, the driver won't bother to announce that the shuttle is already passing by the Domestic Airport. And unlike in Terminals 1,2 and 3, there's no shuttle bay on Manila Domestic Airport. You will just alight on the road. So, it's important that you mention your destination and make sure that he remembers.
The shuttle bus will take Andrews Ave all the way until its name becomes Airport Road and then it turns left on Domestic Road. You shall be dropped off at either pedestrian overpass or a pedestrian lane opposite the Domestic Terminal. Go cross the road and head towards departure entrance.
NAIA 1-2-3 Shuttle Bus: Easy Way To Get To & From NAIA Terminals
Reminder: NAIA Shuttles are convenient and economical way to get to all terminals of Ninoy Aquino International Airport and Manila Domestic Airport. But you need to leave home very early. Think about the traffic along Aurora Blvd, the main road from EDSA which the shuttle takes. And then there's the waiting time on your transfer to another shuttle at NAIA-3. You can't be late on Check-In Time. So, have ample allowance.
If you're reading this without having read the first post, read it now to get the complete directions from MRT-3 Taft Station and LRT-1 EDSA Station. Click here.
How To Commute To Terminal 4 From Sucat, Muntinlupa, Alabang And Nearby Areas
Take a jeep from Sucat bound for Baclaran via Sucat Road. Ask the driver to drop you off at Domestic Road. Along Domestic Road from corner of NAIA Road, ride a jeepney with "Baclaran" sign. Don't ride a jeepney along NAIA Road even if it's sign is "Baclaran" because there are jeepneys bound for Baclaran that don't take Domestic Road. Ask the driver to drop you off at Manila Domestic Airport.
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