How To Get To Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Manila To Angeles City

Blog Review | By Paige San Juan | February 01, 2019


Are you visiting Angeles City and will arrive at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA)? Usually it takes 2 hour and 17 minutes but it still depends on the traffic condition.

There are different ways to go to Angeles City but it depends on your budget. The most convenient way but bit expensive is car rental in your chosen hotel or guesthouse. They will pick you up at the airport and drop you off in your hotel or guesthouse. The most adventurous and affordable way is to ride a bus.

If you plan to ride a bus, here is some information that can help you:

From Naia Terminal, there are airport metered taxis that can convey you to Pasay Bus Terminals. They charge based on distance traveled as well as spent time in traffic. There are also airport coupon taxis that operate on a flat rate basis. Their charge depends on the zone that covers your drop-off point.

If you want to contact a taxi operator, here are the helpful numbers from Manila International Airport Authority:

NAIA Terminal 1 and 2 Airport Taxi:

Airport Shuttle Service, Inc. (ASSI)- Number: +63.2.879-5032
Alamo Transportation Leasing Services, Inc.- Number: +63.2.851-4908 local 204
Best Ride Transport Services- Number: +63.2.403-7426/63.2.403-7431
First Mass Transport Service- Number: +63.2.640-2318/63.2.641-8206
Taksi Berde Transit Corp.- Number: +63.2.571-7896/63.2.665-6680
Royal HM Taxi Services, Inc.- Number: +63.2.836-1403/63.2.520-8224
JRCD Subic Transport Corporation- Number: +63.2.404-2360
MIATSCI- Number: +63.2.832-6470/63.2.879-3619
Nissan Car Lease, Inc.- Number: +63.2.886-9931 local 814
NJ World Corporation- Number: +63.915.907-5888
Kangaroo Jack- Number: +63.2.854-8200
Sunshine Transportation, Inc.- Number: +63.2.310-5061
JJ Cars, Inc.- Number: +63.2.869-7021
Nanjing Industrial Tools & Equipment Company- Number: +63.2.403-7300
Ryt Tzuiz Corporation- Number: +63.2.925-0534
Royal Crown Travel & Tours and Transport Services, Inc.- Number: +63.2.526-2044/63.2.966-4178

NAIA Terminal 3 Airport Coupon Taxi:
Airport Shuttle Service, Inc. (ASSI)- Number: +63.2.872-5032
Alamo Transportation Leasing Services, Corp.- Number: +63.2.851-4908 local 204
CSC Best Transport Service Classic Shipping Corp.- Number: +63.2.403-7426/63.2.403-7431
DRJ Land Transport- Number: +63.2.556-5046
Jorivim Transport Inc.- Number: +63.2.851-9706
MIATSCI- Number: +63.2.832-6470/63.2.879-3619
NAIATSCI- Number: +63.2.556-4805
New Horizon Transport Service, Inc.- Number: +63.2.879-5016
Nissan Car Lease, Inc.- Number: +63.2.886-9931 local 814
Pacific Blue Transport- Number: +63.2.543-8857
Peoples Network Transport- Number: +63.2.877-1109 local 2343
Sunshine Transportation Inc.- Number: +63.2.310-5061
Infinity Tourist Transport- Number: +63.925.556-7114

NAIA Terminal 4 Airport Taxi:
Airport Shuttle Service, Inc. (ASSI)- Number: +63.2.879-5032
Alamo Transportation Leasing Services, Inc.- Number: +63.2.851-4908 local 204
AVIS/G & Transport Corp.- Number: +63.2.531-2097
Best/Classic Shipping Transport Services, Inc.- Number: +63.2.879-5032
DOT-ATDAI- Number: +63.2.497-5671
Jorivim Transport- Number: +63.2.851-9706
MIATSCI- Number: +63.2.879-3619
NAIATSCI- Number: +63.2.879-3619
New Horizon- Number: +63.2.879-5016
Nissan Rent A Car- Number: +63.2.879-5016
Peoples Network Transport- Number: +63.2.8771-2343
Pacific Blue Transport- Number: +63.2.832-1779
Sunshine Transport- Number: +63.2.330-3248
Nanjing Industrial Tools & Equipment Company- Number: +63.2.403-7300
Ryt Tzuiz Corporation- Number: +63.2.925-0534
Royal Crown Travel & Tours and Transport Services, Inc.- Number: +63.2.526-2044/63.2.966-4178

NAIA Terminal 4 Coupon Taxi:
Airport Shuttle Service, Inc. (ASSI)- Number: +63.2.872-5032 m.ph
MIATSCI- Number: +63.2.832-6470/63.2.879-3619

You have three bus options; 5 Star Bus, Victoria Liner and Genesis Bus. Mostly, tourist commuters choose 5 Star Bus because it’s the nearest bus station to NAIA. More or less they charge 150 pesos from the bus terminal to Dau. Once you’re already in Dau, you can ride a jeepney or tricyle.

The most convenient way is to ride a tricycle. They will drop you off exactly in your destination. The payment usually starts at 100. There are some tricycle drivers that overcharge. It’s better to ask the hotel receptionist or guesthouse manager where you’re going to stay on how much will it cost you going to their place. Remember, do not take any tricycle you will see in the street because most of the time there are those who overcharge specially if they observe that it’s your first time to travel in Angeles City. Look for the tricycle terminal and if you can’t find it, you can ask the food vendors or other passengers. Filipinos are very approachable; for sure you will find it in no time.

The other adventurous and cheap way to go to Angeles City is by riding a jeepney. From Dau Terminal, you need to walk up to the street corner. Once, you reach KFC and Caltex go on the other side of the road and take a “Dau-Clark-Maingate” Jeepney and get off once you are at the Maingate Jeepney Terminal and take “C.Point Holy Hi-way” Jeepney again. At this point, you need to know the exact location of your hotel or guesthouse. If you will be staying at the hotel in walking street or perimeter road, you can ask the driver to pull you over at Mcdonalds walking street. Near Mcdonalds, take a tricycle going to your hotel or guesthouse. By the way, do not forget to say “Para po sa tabi”, which means kindly pull me over to the side I am going down. Do not also forget to ask the tricycle driver on how much it cost because they might overcharge you.

To simply the information, you need to ride a taxi in NAIA terminal going to Pasay Bus Station (5 Star Bus, Victoria Liner, Genesis Bus) to Dau terminal and then tricycle/jeepney ride (and tricycle) to your hotel or guesthouse in Angeles City.

Now, the easiest way is to ride from NAIA to Clark International Airport via Genesis Bus. See the image below:

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