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- The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) announced on July 4 that they will resume operations of NAIA Terminal 3 starting July 8, 2020 at 12:01am.
- Among the airlines that will be allowed to use NAIA T3 when it reopens include AirAsia Berhad, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, and Qatar Airways.
- NAIA T3 closed temporarily on March 28.
- When you can finally fly to Seoul in the future, make sure to visit this restaurant that makes the best modern Korean street food! (Of course, if you’d like to explore local, you may also check out some of the activities that WAUG offers in the Philippines here!)
Explore more: What Countries are Open for Filipinos?
NAIA Terminal 3 to Reopen on July 8, 2020
More than 3 months after it paused operations, Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 will reopen on Wednesday, July 8, the MIAA announced via a note on their Facebook page.
The terminal will resume international flight operations for the following airlines:
- All Nippon Airways
- AirAsia Berhad
- Cathay Pacific
- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
- Qatar Airways
- Singapore Airlines
- Turkish Airlines
International flights of Cebu Pacific, Delta Air, Qantas Airways, and United Airlines will remain suspended.
Does this mean Filipinos can fly out already?
Nope, not so fast! While the announcement that NAIA Terminal 3 will reopen soon can be seen as a “return to normalcy”, know that travel restrictions are still in place for Filipinos who are living inside and outside of the Philippines.
To see the list of current travel restrictions, read: What Countries are Open for Filipinos? (The list includes the US and South Korea!)
For Further Reading
If you’d like to get more travel-related info aside from the NAIA Terminal 3 reopening, check these out:
1. What’s quarantine in Korea like?
Right now, foreigners who are entering Korea will have to isolate themselves in one of the government-designated facilities (that’s either a nice 3-star hotel or a converted corporate facility). Check out the entire quarantine process and requirements here.
Also read: Say Goodbye to Korean Visa Labels Starting July 1
2. How is Singapore doing?
On July 1st, several major attractions in Singapore have reopened! Check out the list here, which includes USS!
3. Japan travel information
If you’re like me who’s dreaming to travel to Japan when it’s safe and possible, then check out these guides:
- Japan visa requirements for Filipinos
- Meet the Osaka Amazing Pass
- Grab This Suica Card For Your Japan Trip!
To see MIAA’s announcenment regarding NAIA Terminal 3’s reopening on July 8, click here.