NAIA Expressway

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NAIA Expressway
NAIA Skyway
Route information
Length: 1.6 km (1.0 mi)
Existed: May 30, 2009 – present
Major junctions
From: Metro Manila Skyway (NAIA Exit), Pasay
To: Andrews Avenue, NAIA 3, Pasay
Location
Major cities: Pasay
Highway system
Highways in the Philippines
The NAIA Expressway begins at the NAIA 3 Exit (Sales Interchange) of the Manila Skyway

The NAIA Expressway is a 1.6-kilometre (0.99 mi) elevated expressway that runs from the Metro Manila Skyway to Andrews Avenue near Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3. This elevated expressway project is divided into 4 packages. This is also the first airport expressway in the Philippines. It is located within Pasay.

NAIA Phase II has been proposed. It includes a 7.15-kilometre (4.44 mi) extension of the expressway all the way to the Manila-Cavite Expressway and Entertainment City in Parañaque via Andrews Avenue, Domestic Road (in front of Domestic Terminal) and NAIA Road. Construction begun on 2 January 2014 and is expected to be operational by April 2015.[1][2]

Technical specifications[edit]

  • Name: NAIA Expressway or NAIA Skyway
  • Concession Holder:
  • Operator:
  • Length: 1.6 Kilometers
  • Concession starting date:
  • Concession ending date:
  • Highway exits:
  • Exit ramps: 2 (Villamor, NAIA 3)
  • Toll plazas: 1
  • Height:
  • Spurs: none

Exits[edit]

Kilometer Exit Location Remarks
1A Skyway NAIA Exit Pasay This is an interchange with Metro Manila Skyway
1B Skyway NAIA Toll Plaza (Southbound) This is a toll plaza near the Skyway NAIA Exit.
2A Villamor Exit This entrance ramp lies over Sales Road in front of the Villamor Air Base.
2B NAIA 3 Exit This exit ramp is going to Andrews Avenue between Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 and Resorts World Manila in Newport City.

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