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Metered taxi are allowed in all NAIA terminals starting tomorrow




According to the newly installed MIAA General Manager, Eddie Villanueva Monreal, ordinary metered taxis will be allowed to enter all NAIA terminals and pick up passengers starting tomorrow.


This is to address the long-time problem of the lack of accredited taxi operators currently servicing the airline terminals. Airport security will be taking note of the taxi plate number, driver and operator for each taxi entering the terminal and provide a copy to the passenger with a duplicate kept by the MIAA for their own records.

Earlier this year, transport services like Uber and GrabCar were also allowed inside terminals to address clamors by the public.

There are also plans to move parts of the NAIA operations to Subic, Clark or Sangley.



Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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5 Responses

  1. Miss Call says:

    “Metered”. Uh-huh.

  2. Easy E says:

    I trust R&E saka MGE na taxi. Yung iba in-assume ko na na mandaraya sa metro ng taxi.

  3. rickyroy says:

    Sus! Uber pwede na.

  4. Roger Bulon says:

    Last time sinubukan kong maging turista , hindi ako nagpasundo. Bus ang haba ng pila , taxi kinokontrata akong sobrang mahal , grab ang tagal , I waited for more than 2 hours sa airport…..Bulok.

  5. boydaga says:

    kaya ipinagbawal yung mga regular taxi sa airport kasi lalong kakapal ang trapik!, ngayon pa nga lang na bawal hindi na makapasok mga sasakyan sa arrival. palpakmkasi entrada ng airport!

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