PAL confuses customers
PAL (Philippine Airlines) has moved parts of their operation from NAIA terminal 2 to NAIA terminal 3.
PAL had for years been the only and exclusive user of NAIA terminal 2, the Centennial Terminal. 3 years ago, PAL split its operation into two companies: the mother PAL and the low cost daughter PALexpress. Then PALexpress got a new name: AirPhilExpress.
The two companies first operated both from NAIA terminal 2. Later parts of AirPhilExpress operation moved to NAIA terminal 3.
And now PAL and AirPhilExpress mix their operation completely between NAIA 2 and NAIA 3. For example, when you fly to Kalibo, the gateway airport to Boracay, you will have to be careful. If your flight number starts wit 2P, then you fly from NAIA-3. If it starts with PR, then you fly from NAIA-2.
This information had been broadcasted by radio and in some places in and around Manila’s NAIA airport you find this posters: