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 the extension of the expressway all the way to the Manila-Cavite Expressway and Entertainment City in Parañaque via Domestic Road (in front of Domestic Terminal) and NAIA Road. Construction is expected to begin on 2 January 2014. [1]

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 Barrier (Southbound) This is a toll barrier 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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