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NAIA Terminal 4 will reopen on March 28

NAIA Terminal 4 will reopen on March 28

Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 4 will resume its operations on March 28, according to Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade.

The terminal has been closed for the past two years due to the pandemic. Reopening this area will allow the airport to accommodate more passengers now that the government is easing its restrictions.

Tugade added that this facility will receive and send passengers to and from their flights.

The airports in Surigao and Siargao — which both underwent rehabilitation after Typhoon Odette — would also resume full operations by the end of March.

Tugade disclosed that about 7,500 passengers arrived in the country two days ago and they expect it to hit 10,000 in the following days.

The secretary assured the government that their agency is ready to accommodate the increase in inbound travelers.

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