Park with Ease: Ultimate Guide to Car Parking at Manila Airport

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Welcome to the ultimate guide to car parking at Manila Airport. Driving to and from Manila Airport can be stressful, but finding a convenient place to park your car once you arrive shouldn’t be.

In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore everything you need to know about parking your car at Manila Airport (MNL), including the various parking options available, parking rates, tips and car park locations maps to help you park with ease.

Whether you’re a frequent traveler or a first-time visitor, this guide will provide you with all the information you need to make your parking experience at Manila Airport as smooth and hassle-free as possible.

Let’s dive in!

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Manila Airport

Metro Manila is one of the world’s densest urban areas. Traffic is common at all hours of the day, and parking is scarce, particularly at Manila airports.

With more and more people starting to resume normal day-to-day activities, air travel has been increasing. Especially seen over the last holiday season when NAIA airports were reported to have the most number of passengers since emerging from the pandemic.

If the only way to get to the airport is by car, there are several parking options. At NAIA, the 4 terminals share the same runway but are in different locations. Each terminal has its own dedicated paid parking space.

So if you ever need to park the car to drop off or pick up a traveler or if you leave your car there for a few days, check out the list below for the locations and rates of these parking lots. We’ve rounded up some updated information on NAIA Terminals parking and other options such as Park ‘N Fly.

NAIA Terminal 1 Parking

The majority of international flights arriving and departing from Manila are handled by NAIA Terminal 1. Expect the airport to be crowded because it serves the majority of international flights. Be sure to allow plenty of time before your flight to find a park and make you way over to the Terminal.

NAIA Terminal 1 parking has a trio of pay parking lots: A, B, and C. Parking spots A and B, when combined, have a capacity of more than 500 cars. Carpark A is located directly across from and on the same level as the arrivals area, making it very accessible to and from the terminal. Carpark B is located directly across from the terminal.

Meanwhile, Parking C is the lot farthest from NAIA Terminal 1. It is primarily used by Manila airport taxis, even though it still has space to accommodate drivers who are willing to pay for parking.

This car park has fewer people using it so expect more available slots. This is because it’s a little further back and may take you longer to walk to the terminal.

Click here to check out the rates for parking at NAIA terminal 1.

NAIA Terminal 2 Parking

NAIA Terminal 2 exclusively services both Philippine Airlines (PAL, the country’s national flag carrier) international and domestic flights.

This six-level complex includes a North wing for international flights and a South wing for domestic flights, as well as two parking lots, Car Park 1, and Car Park 2. Car Park 1 is the most convenient option because it is located across the terminal. Car Park 2 is a little out of the way, but it can still be a good option if the first parking lot is full.

Turn left immediately after the security check to get to the open parking area. For your safety, a security guard will record your name and flight information, and you must identify yourself before exiting.

You may notice that some cars have covers, this just means that people leave them for a few days or even weeks.

Click here to check out the rates for parking at NAIA terminal 2.

NAIA Terminal 3 Parking

Terminal 3 is the newest and largest terminal at NAIA. Its primary responsibility is to oversee international flights, but it also serves Cebu Pacific and selected domestic Philippine Airlines flights.

It was built to relieve congestion in Terminal 1 and can accommodate 13 million passengers per year. It also has a footbridge that connects to neighboring Newport City in Resorts World Manila.

In NAIA Terminal 3, there are two convenient parking areas:

  1. an open-air parking section directly in front of the terminal arrivals area
  2. and a multi-level parking facility that is covered to protect your car from the elements.

The entrance to the multi-level parking level C is conveniently located at the same level as the arrivals area.

You can definitely leave your car to park for the day or a few days in NAIA Terminal 3. The open car park can accommodate over 1,000 vehicles, while the multi-level car park can accommodate over 2,000 vehicles.

Both options are convenient, but if you’re staying overnight in NAIA Terminal 3, you should park in the multi-level parking lot.

Contact Terminal 3 parking via the MIAA Trunkline: 8877-7888

Click here to check out the rates for parking at NAIA terminal 3.

NAIA Terminal 4 Parking

NAIA Terminal 4 primarily serves domestic flights. The Old Domestic Terminal is the oldest structure still standing at NAIA. NAIA Terminal 4 has only one parking lot located outside the airport and serves both domestic and regional flights. Because it’s just across the street, it’s still convenient.

This NAIA Terminal 4 Parking lot, known as Parking Lot B, is a small lot with limited slots. If you pass by the airport and notice the parking lot is full, it is best to try your options at the nearby Park N Fly or the NAIA terminal 2 or 3 car parks. Please to allow plenty of extra time as you will then need to make your way back to Terminal 4.

Address: Domestic Road, Pasay. The car park is located across the road from Terminal 4.

Contact: Terminal 4 parking via the MIAA Trunkline: 8877-1109

Click here to check out the rates for parking at NAIA terminal 4.

NAIA Terminal Parking Rates

Here are the updated parking rates of the various airport terminals’ parking spaces according to the Manila International Airport Authority’s Facebook page

Vehicle TypePhP for the first three hoursPhP for each succeeding hour or a fraction thereof
Car, Van, and other four-wheel vehiclesPhP 40.00PhP 15.00
BusPhP 100.00PhP 20.00
MotorcyclePhP 15.00PhP 5.00

For overnight parking or 24-hour parking, the base rate is PhP 300.00, and for more than the first 24 hours, additional rates are applied as follows:

  • Car – PhP 15.00 per each succeeding hour or a fraction thereof
  • Bus – PhP 20.00 per each succeeding hour or a fraction thereof
  • Motorcycle – PhP 5.00 per each succeeding hour or a fraction thereof

Be aware that lost or damaged tickets will cost motorists a PhP 500.00 plus the corresponding parking fees fine though damaged tickets will not come with any penalties if it is still readable.

You may contact NAIA Terminals 1 and 2 Parking areas at +63 2 8877 1109 or NAIA Terminal 3 Parking area at +63 2 8877 7888. Ask to be connected to the Terminal collection parking for further assistance.

Offsite Parking: Park ‘N Fly

Park N Fly is a parking service designed specifically for NAIA airport travelers to ensure comfortable, hassle-free, and worry-free travel. Air travelers leaving any of the Manila airports, who want to bring their cars can park here, especially since airport parking slots fill up quickly.

Passengers can leave their vehicles on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis for short-term or long-term parking at very reasonable rates near Manila airports. The parking lot is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, including Sundays and holidays.

The structure has state-of-the-art multi-level parking facilities that can accommodate approximately 200 cars. The indoor parking structure is fully covered, offers professional security and electronic surveillance, and includes a lounge where customers can wait for their flight, as well as car maintenance and repair.

They simply park their cars safely inside the building and pay the fees. Park and Fly has a fleet of complimentary air-conditioned shuttle vans (who have availed of Park’N Fly’s initial 24-hour parking rate of PhP 375.00 plus VAT) to transport them back to the airport and vice versa.

Remember that the parking building is quite far from NAIA Terminal 3. When checking into Park ‘N Fly, customers should allow at least an hour in addition to their regular schedules to cover the proper parking and flying process. Park ‘N Fly requires a valid driver’s license and a copy of the vehicle’s registration. / C.R. (Official Receipt / Registration Certificate).

Park ‘N Fly will check the customer’s vehicle registration as well as a vehicle checklist, and then shuttle the customer to the airport.

Location: Mia Road Corner Domestic Road Airport, Pasay City, Philippines

Hours: 24 HOURS

Amenities include:

  • A multi-level carport with daily, weekly, and monthly rates that are affordable.
  • Security is available around the clock and actively monitored CCTV surveillance.
  • Relax in the comfortable lounge while you wait for your flight.
  • A fleet of air-conditioned vans provides free shuttle service to and from the airport 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • Cutting-edge automotive diagnostic equipment.
  • Competent mechanics who can perform bumper-to-bumper automotive repair and maintenance.
  • Long-term parking comes with free battery charging.
  • Complete vehicle maintenance and repairs are available, as well as detailing/cleaning packages.
  • A 24-hour convenience store and a Pasalubong center are available.
  • Salon and barbershop.
  • Banking services (Banco de Oro) with 24-hour teller machines (ATM).
  • Email and fax services are available.

Park ‘N Fly Rates

Park ‘N Fly charges a minimum of P375.00 (plus VAT) for the first 24 hours, then P15.625 (plus VAT) per hour after that. A fraction of an hour is considered a full hour for rate calculation purposes. There’s a 5% discount for customers who avail of parking for 7 days or more and a 10% discount for customers who avail of parking for 30 days or more.

You may book a slot by calling their numbers: +63 2 8854-9302 to 04 and +63 2 8852 1946 to 48 and +63 918 9910000

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I reserve a car park at one of the Manila Airport Terminals?

Car parking slots at Manila Airport terminals 1 to 4 are on a first come, first serve basis.

Unfortunately, you are unable to reserve a car park at the airport.

If you prefer to save the hassle and stress of trying to find a carpark at a NAIA terminal, check out Park ‘N Fly where you can reserve a car park prior to arrival.

Can I park my car at Manila Airport Overnight?

Yes. All terminal carparks offer overnight parking. The base rate starts at PH300.00.

Can I park in a different Terminal Carpark that I am flying out from?

Yes you can. To get to your terminal you can then take a taxi, grab or simply take the 24-hour Airside Airport Shuttle service that runs every 15-25 minutes or so, depending on the traffic. The shuttle costs PhP 20.00. To ride transfer shuttle service, passengers need to possess a flight booking or a boarding pass.

Be sure to note that when you are returning back to your car, you are unable to take the transfer bus without a connecting flight booking. Check out our experience riding the shuttle bus here.

When moving from Terminals 2 to 3 and vice versa, Philippine airline passengers can avail of their exclusive transfer service.

You may also consider a parking complex located outside of the NAIA airports. The Park ‘N Fly parking service is an excellent option which we covered in an above section in this article.


In conclusion, navigating the parking options at Manila airport doesn’t have to be a daunting task. By following the tips and information provided in this guide, you can find the most convenient and affordable parking option that suits your needs.

However, we know that every traveler’s experience is unique, and we would love to hear from you. Do you have any additional tips or tricks for parking at Manila airport? Have you had any particularly good or bad experiences that you would like to share?

Please leave a comment below and let us know! Your insights could help other travelers have a smoother and more enjoyable trip.

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