Grab can pick you up from NAIA starting March 14
No more long lines at the taxi stand?
(SPOT.ph) Thanks to an agreement with the Manila International Airport Authority, Grab can pick up passengers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport terminals starting March 14. This only applies to Grab private vehicles, though, and not the taxi units under them—for now, at least.
Terminal 1: Main arrival curbside
Terminal 2: Inner arrival curbside between bays 7 and 8
Terminal 3: Secondary arrival curbside between bays 5 and 6
Terminal 4: Curbside
Grab drivers can only wait two minutes for passengers. If the passenger can’t make it within the time limit, the vehicle will have to leave.
Booking agents will be at the pick-up points so that those without access to the app can still book a ride. Grab will also give airport authorities access to an online platform to keep tabs on cars booked from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).
The base fare is P30 with additional P12 for every succeeding kilometer.
Photo from Inquirer.net.