Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 2 is under rehabilitation and it is expected to continue until 2020.
Passengers who saw the ongoing work at NAIA Terminal 2 thinks that it is progressive and for the long-term benefits of everybody.
Currently, the Terminal 2 of NAIA is undergoing an architectural facelift and it is expected to last until March of 2020.
In the coming months, it is expected that there will be limited space for passengers who will arrive at the airport, especially at the lobby as it is the focus of the said rehabilitation.
To prevent further inconvenience, the airport officials posted signage and blockage to avoid interrupting the passing people.
This June, the inside of Terminal 2 will also undergo rehabilitation, a move which will clearly interrupt the passengers.
From the floor, lights, to the room, everything will undergo a total makeover. The challenge for contractors as well as the management of the airport is how they will minimize the inconvenience that is expected to affect passengers.
“There will be a slight effect dahil ang ginagawa nga natin ngayon is in phases dahil nga business as usual tayo. Meaning ginagamit nating ang paliparan kaya humaba yung construction period,” said Ed Monreal, General Manager of MIAA.
Additionally, the management transferred some international flights to Terminal 1.
The reconstruction of Terminal 2 will cost more than 600 million pesos which might result to another terminal fee increase but it will not be implemented now.
“Definitely, magkakaroon po niyan. But for some reason we said that let’s hold it first tignan natin kung anong magiging sitwasyon after ng ginagawa natin,” Monreal added.