MANILA, Philippines — Transport Secretary Arthur Tugade announced that operations in Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 4 are set to resume on March 28.
The terminal has been out of order for the past two years. But now that the Philippines is easing its health restrictions, it will be reopening to accommodate more passengers.
In a briefing with President Duterte, Tugade formally announced that Terminal 4 will serve as an “additional facility that will receive and send passengers to their flights.”
He also shared that airports in Surigao and Siargao are set to be fully operational again by the end of March.
In the past two days, there were around 7,500 inbound arrivals. This number is expected to reach 10,000 in the coming days. Secretary Tugade assured the DOTr is fully equipped to meet the influx of passengers arriving in the country.