Rappler's latest stories on Ninoy Aquino International Airport
'To the travelers who might get stuck like me, don’t be afraid or don’t be ashamed to go public with the problem. You have to make the situation known…because I believe this is a violation of my rights,' says Estonian Roman Trofimov
The NAIA Consortium is out. Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says there are two other potential proponents for the upgrade project.
The NAIA Consortium says it can only move forward with the project 'under revised conditions' due to the coronavirus pandemic
'The blood he shed on the airport’s tarmac symbolized the ultimate sacrifice he made as he fought for a return to democracy in the Philippines,' says Lupita Aquino-Kashiwahara
(UPDATED) 'Alam naman natin why it was named Ninoy Aquino International Airport. So 'yung tanong: Where is our sense of history?' asks Vice President Leni Robredo
The Duterte-allied congressmen want to rename the Ninoy Aquino International Airport to 'Paliparang Pandaigdig ng Pilipinas'
Relocated to the covered court of nearby Villamor Airbase Elementary School, the stranded passengers need personal protective equipment such as face masks
Only domestic flights approved by CAAP will resume operations between areas under general community quarantine in June 2020, says MIAA
Manila's international airport will maintain its limit of 400 passengers daily
Airport chief Ed Monreal says MIAA's year-to-date revenue has gone down by P1.8 billion
(2nd UPDATE) CAAP says international flights that wish to land or depart from the Philippines should request for an exemption at least 36 hours before the scheduled departure from the airport of origin
(3rd UPDATE) 'Unfortunately, no passenger survived the accident,' says the Manila International Airport Authority
Terminals 2 and 3 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport will be closed to commercial operations beginning 12:01 am on Saturday, March 28
Tycoon Manny Pangilinan's departure from the 'super consortium' comes as his businesses face regulatory risks under the Duterte administration
Airport authorities will not implement the two-hour closure for regular runway maintenance on Wednesday, January 15, to allow airlines to mount more flights, as some had to cancel flights earlier due to the Taal Volcano eruption
NAIA is no longer experiencing ashfall. Departure flights will be prioritized on Monday, January 13, to free up aircraft parking slots.
(3rd UPDATE) Ash reaches NAIA's runways and ramps. The suspension of flights will remain in effect 'until further notice.'
(5th UPDATE) The Tokyo-bound plane gets stuck at the grassy portion of the runway following a mishap during takeoff. Airport authorities say the incident is expected to have a 'very minimal' effect on runway operations.
The Manila International Airport Authority orders a review of security camera footage within the vicinity of the restroom
Scheduled flights will be accommodated from 11 pm of December 3 to 1:30 am of December 4
Stranded passengers are advised to stay home and avoid going to the airport
The proposal of top Philippine conglomerates to rehabilitate the Ninoy Aquino International Airport gets the green light from the powerful NEDA Board
The Bureau of Customs at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport says it intercepted two similar shipments from Cambodia last October
Both passengers and airlines play a part in ensuring smooth airport operations
Authorities intercept more or less 8 kilograms of shabu from the passenger who arrived from Siam Reap, Cambodia, via Flight 5J 528
'Why will we open bags? We have x-rays,' says Manila International Airport Authority General Manager Ed Monreal, who adds that the 'specific need' to open certain bags will be determined by security personnel
The suspect, who was on a Philippine Airlines flight from Hanoi, Vietnam, escapes as customs agents try to check his luggage. He is eventually captured in Tarlac.
The importation of used cell phones and accessories in bulk or for commercial use is not allowed
The United States Department of Homeland Security cites 'significant improvements' in the security operations of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Cracking bomb jokes inside the airport is prohibited by law, punishable by prison time of up to 5 years or a maximum fine of P40,000
Customs finds the firearms cache abandoned inside the DHL warehouse
During a Cabinet meeting, President Duterte also hints at a revamp at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, says Malacañang
Customs officials discover a 20-inch reticulated python concealed in a bluetooth speaker
Cebu Pacific cancels more flights, saying that its operations 'have been severely limited by a number of factors'
The Department of Transportation receives a copy of the NAIA Consortium's updated proposal on Tuesday night, April 23
Philippine Airlines says 'these operational adjustments are being carried out to help minimize passenger congestion'
Immediately after deplaning, Ressa goes with arresting Pasig police officers to post bail
The Bureau of Customs seizes pistols, ammunition and ammunition magazines
'My biggest mistake perhaps was letting my emotion get the better of me and again, I'm sorry,' says Tony
Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol cites inadequate measures at the NAIA to prevent the entry of swine fever into the country
Malacañang says Philippine authorities will consider the recommendations of the US Department of Homeland Security, which issued a travel advisory on inadequate aviation security at the NAIA
MIAA General Manager Ed Monreal also says no complications regarding passengers are expected to arise as services for the airport were not downgraded
(UPDATED) The Homeland Security of the US says experts determined that the NAIA does not maintain or carry out 'effective security' that meets the standards of the International Civil Aviation Organization
(UPDATED) The Department of Transportation says it is acting on recommendations of US authorities to improve security at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Overnight parking at NAIA Terminal 3 will be unavailable from December 28 to January 3, 2019
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas allows foreign travelers to carry only up to $10,000 whenever they enter or leave the country
At least 4 flights will be canceled per hour from November 15 to 20
Bookmark and refresh this page for a list of flights canceled as the Ninoy Aquino International Airport conducts runway maintenance and upgrades its air traffic system
The new routes to NAIA will have 4 stops: two in Muntinlupa and 2 in Sta Rosa, Laguna
The latest apprehensions at the NAIA raises the Customs haul to a historic 27 drug busts in 6 months