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Victory Liner Bus Terminal Pasay to NAIA Terminal 1, 2, 3, and 4 (Manila Airport)
Here's good news for travellers from the north going to NAIA for their flights out, you can just proceed to Victory Liner bus station on EDSA Malibay in Pasay City then board na HM Transport bus to your airport terminal destination
herewith are the details:
Start of operations: October 9, 2015
Bus schedules: From 5am to 10pm, with one hour interval between trips
Bus Fare: PhP20.00
No information yet if you can also take the HM Transport bus from the airport going to Victory Liner as this is also very important for visitors disembarking from the airport
there's news though that the LTFRB has approved franchise route extension of several city buses to proceed to NAIA Terminal 3 to take NAIA Road from Roxas Boulevard, Domestic Road, then Andrews Avenue to load/unload only at Circulo del Mundo near NAIA Terminal 3. Other buses with signboards MIA already pass by NAIA Terminal 1 and 2