Singapore to Manila flight information

Singapore to Manila Flights - MNL Airport Information

Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport is better known as NAIA. Officially, Manila Ninoy Aquino is the only airport serving greater Manila area. But in practice, Metro Manila is also served by Clark International Airport in Pampanga that mostly hosts the low-cost carriers. Manila Ninoy Aquino is only 7 km away from the city centre or about 26 minutes in light traffic.

The passenger traffic at Manila Ninoy Aquino is growing rapidly. With more than 30 airlines operating at this airport, NAIA is the main hub of Cebgo, AirAsia, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, and PAL Express. If you are planning on visiting the Philippines via this airport, SIN to MNL direct flights are served by Singapore Airlines, Scoot, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, and Jetstar Asia, most of which provide cheap flights from Singapore to Manila.

Singapore to Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) Information

Car rental

There are several companies that provide car hire services at Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Here are a number of car rental companies operating in Manila Airport: Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, National, and Viajero Rent-a-Car

To rent a car, you must prepare a domestic driver's license and preferably an International Driving Permit as well. An International Driving Permit is particularly required if your driver's license doesn't use the Roman alphabet, for example, Chinese, Greek, Russian or Arabic.

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See below a number of hotels near Manila Airport:


This accommodation is only a 2-minute drive from Terminal 3 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport. To get to this hotel, a taxi ride takes around 15 minutes.

Pasay NAIA 3 Newport Two Palm Tree Villas

Offering a 24-hour front desk, the hotel is about 2.2 km from Ninoy Aquino International Airport. A taxi ride to this property takes around 10 minutes.

Inn Skylab213B

This inn is about 1.2 km from Ninoy Aquino International Airport. To get there, you can either take a private shuttle (around 20 minutes) or a taxi (30 minutes).


Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport is served by four passenger terminals.

NAIA Terminal 1

Terminal 1 only serves international flights. A number of airlines operating in this terminal are Japan Airlines, Jetstar Asia, China Southern Airlines, Korean Air, and many more. The facilities provided at Terminal 1 are day rooms, ATMs, VIP lounges, and prayer rooms.

NAIA Terminal 2

Terminal 2 serves domestic and international flights, especially for Philippine Airlines and PAL Express. This terminal is designed in a V shape, where the northern side serves international flights and the opposite side operates domestic flights. It also provides amenities like restrooms, information centres, ATMs, and food courts.

NAIA Terminal 3

The latest terminal in NAIA, Terminal 3 only serves international flights. A number of international operations are transferred to this terminal from Terminal 1. Terminal 3 serves around 13 million international passengers annually.

NAIA Terminal 4

Terminal 4 only serves domestic flights and has 26 check-in desks. This terminal offers several services such as restaurants, shops, and food concessions. A number of airlines operating in Terminal 4 are Philippines AirAsia, Cebgo, and AirSWIFT.


Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport has a shuttle bus system that connects terminals. Passengers of Philippine Airlines or other airlines who have connecting flights via Manila can access a free shuttle service to and from all four terminals. You can do the submission process in the Transfer Desk Service located in Terminal 1.


There are three options for transportation to and from the airport. You can take an Ultimate Bus Experience (UBE) for PHP100 (SGD2.61), a Light Rail Transit System (LRT) Line 1 for PHP15 (SGD.39)-PHP30 (SGD.78), or a taxi for PHP440 (SGD11.49)-PHP740 (SGD19.33).


Yes, Manila Airport provides free Wi-Fi access managed by Globe Telcom. But there is a time limit for accessing Wi-Fi at the airport. To enjoy a free Wi-Fi service, connect your device with the GlobeFreeWiFi@NAIA SSID. Then fill out the registration form and submit it. After that, you can use the free Wi-Fi service for 240 minutes.

Information is accurate as of February 2019.

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Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Manila: Manila Ninoy Aquino.
Delta, Gulf Air, Air Niugini, Oman Air, Singapore Airlines, KLM, Air New Zealand and Bangkok Airways all fly direct to Manila Ninoy Aquino.
The cheapest month to fly to Manila Ninoy Aquino is March.

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