As a way to expand service operations to airliners from Japan and other countries, the country’s main airport in the capital reopened another terminal last week. This is an important step for the country that hosts Puerto Princesa Underground River -one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature-, which is starting to recovery from the pandemic. 


According to Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, arrival and departure flights of All Nippon Airways, along with seven other airline carriers, will be allowed to resume at that terminal.


The Manila’s airport shut down operations at Terminal 3 on March 28, due to wide-scale lockdowns in the capital and other cities to stop the spread of coronavirus.