Finally, you can now take a GrabCar to your house from NAIA
While ride sharing apps like Grab and Uber are almost everywhere in the Metro, there’s still some places that they can’t legally go to for passengers. One of these places is the Ninoy Aquino International Airport or NAIA, which forbid both Uber and Grab to pick-up passengers for whatever reason.
Well, that’s about to change. Grab’s PR arm has sent us an email saying that Grab will officially be operating in NAIA Terminal 3 on March 19, which is a god send for people looking for a way to get home without dealing with the absurdly high rates that’s being offered by airport taxi services. The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) earlier said that they were open to allowing transport network companies like Uber and Grab to operate at the airport providing they undergo accreditation.