In a bid to better serve its passengers, premium carrier Cathay Pacific will be moving its flights and operations to NAIA Terminal 3 beginning October 1.

September 30 marks the first arrival flights from Hong Kong to land at Terminal 3, namely flights CX913 and CX905; while the first Manila-Hong Kong flight to depart from Terminal 3 is CX904 on October 1.

The move to Manila’s largest airport will give passengers a more comfortable traveling experience, as the 65-hectare Terminal 3 provides for larger departure and arrival immigration halls, more seating areas, smoother flow from airport entrance and departure gates, and more diverse shopping and dining choices.

Other conveniences awaiting passengers include the terminal’s two-tiered design, which efficiently separates arrivals at the ground level and departures at the second level, minimizing congestion. Passenger processing is also centralized at the terminal’s head house while its 24 boarding gates can conveniently accommodate 4,000 peak hour one-way passengers. The parking area in front of the terminal also has space for over 1200 cars.

Dragonair, Cathay Pacific’s sister airline, will maintain its flights and operations at NAIA Terminal 1 until further notice.


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