Before, it was so much of a hassle to travel from other countries and then get a domestic fligth since you still have to go by shuttle bus or taxi from the International Airport to the Domestic Airport for your ‘connecting flight’. Now, if everything is in one roof, then I guess it’ll be easier.
I have read some complains though on the NAIA 3 terminal like ceilings fall off and structural defects. I can’t help but *sigh* with the state of our ‘worldclass’ buildings. Anyways, I’m already happy that at least the next time we travel through Cebu Pacific from Kuala Lumpur or Bangkok to Manila and then Manila to our hometown Cagayan de Oro City, there’s no need to ride the shuttle bus or taxi just to go to the domestic airport which is a bit small and crowded.
Anyways, we’ll have to wait for our next travel to the Philippines before I can write my own share of reviews or rather complaints? hehehe!
photo from skyscrapercity.com