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Thursday, September 29, 2016


A Premium Airport Bus Service is now available for travelers and passengers going to and from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

This month the government launched 21 brand new Mercedes Benz air-conditioned buses from UBE Express.

It will pick-up and drop off passengers at designated points with automated fare collection system and an introductory rate of P150 per person.

Passengers can also book a trip online through

The bus has three routes including Intramuros, Roxas Boulevard, and Makati central business district.

Along Roxas Boulevard, the designated stops are Midas Hotel, Hotel Jen, Manila Hotel, Mall of Asia and Entertainment City.

In Makati, the stops are Glorietta 4 and 5 and Ascott Hotel.

Each bus is equipped with CCTV cameras, global positioning system (GPS) device, Wifi facility, radio communications, speed limiters and sensors and can accommodate up to 24 passengers.

The buses are environmental and PWD friendly mode of transport.

It is safe, reliable and budget-friendly transportation for the rising number of passengers from and going to NAIA.

(VIDEO:DOTr launches Premium Airport Bus to ease traffic congestion in NAIA)

(VIDEO:UBE Express, inilunsad na sa NAIA 3 September 7, 2016)
According to Transport Secretary Arthur Tugade, the UBE Express buses brings comfort and security to passengers. It will encourage also more people to take public transportation and decongest Metro Manila traffic.

"Imbes nalang na magdadala ka ng sasakyan, punta ka nalang sa estasyon, sumakay ka at, yun na! Makakarating ka na sa paroroonan mo in comfort and in style."

Each UBE Express bus is worth P9.8 million. Another 21 more unit will be delivered this coming months.

(WATCH:TV Patrol: UBE Express, may istasyon na sa Maynila)



  1. Wow that's so convenient for travellers especially the foreigners.

  2. Anonymous3:52 AM

    They already have empty airport transfer busses right now but they just sit there not going anywhere until they are full and they usually are never full because they never leave. Someone is getting a big cut from this to think it will work, think about it. You have 4 people in your family and need to transfer to another airport which will cost you 600 pesos, that's an introductory price that's 50% off, for a 150 to 200 cab fare. The amount of traffic these busses will cause won't offset the high price and there is no convenience to he had.

    1. Anonymous3:16 PM

      Yes its quite expensive. I'd rather take a taxi even if i have to wait in line.

    2. Anonymous6:22 PM

      If you want to transfer from one airport to another there is also a airport shuttle for only P20.00 if you're coming from international airport to domestic airport and FREE IF YOU'RE COMING FROM LOCAL AIRPORT International airport. Just to let you know.

  3. Anonymous4:39 AM

    Fucking appreciated!! Keep it up Philippines!! Go Go Go!!!

  4. Anonymous6:23 PM

    Does NAIA offer bus tours for transit passengers who wants to see Manila just for a few hours?

  5. Its expensive if you are traveling with 3 or more persons. What happen to the shuttle bus from pasay (at the back of Sogo hotel) to airport and vise versa? that was only 40 pesos i think.

    1. Anonymous6:44 PM

      Pwede ka pa rin naman na sumakay doon sa 40pesos ang pamasahe. Wala pong nagbbawal kung ayaw nyo ng improvements.

  6. Anonymous9:19 AM

    Great Mr Duterte.
    It's a first step to remove this dirty, racist taxi mafia charging you twice or triple because you're white!

    Greetings from Poland.

  7. Anonymous3:38 AM

    NAIA 3 to pasay (back of sogo) IS 40 pesos only. fast turn-around too

  8. dapat yata huwag ng magplano ng kahit ano ang gobyerno...palagi na lamang may nega. hay buhay nga naman... pilipinas pa more! unti unti lamang naman...gusto agad maginhawa.

  9. Anonymous2:32 PM

    There's a sched up there which says dispatch time is every 30 minutes and I think it's not that expensive safety wise.

  10. Benny C.12:45 AM

    This is quite cheap as compared to other countries for the same purpose. This will serve most tourists and locals without well wishers to bring them to certain bus stations to return home without too much hazzle. I hope it will add in the future more stops at provincial bus stations to serve the riding public. I appreciate it!

  11. Anonymous2:30 AM

    Congratulations to this new buses! I personally think its really a good start to provide transport like this. For me, im at peace going to my destination and yes pls add stops to buses going to provinces. Hope you will maintain the good quality of your services. Godbless PH

  12. Anonymous7:22 PM

    they can pass by to kalaw also?

  13. Albert8:00 PM

    Sana may route na papunta at galing sa LRT at MRT stations

  14. At least this would be an option. You're paying for Comfy and ease..secured and safe. if youre on budget go for 20 or 40 fares.

  15. Anonymous6:46 PM

    Sana magkaroon going to BGC via C-5 road

  16. Anonymous4:00 PM

    Subrang mahal ng fare. Hindi lahat ng passenger ay mayaman . Ung ganong rate para lang yan sa may kaya sa buhay. Hindi porke nakasakay sa eroplano ay mapera. Sana magkaroon kayo ng shuttle bus na affordable sa lahat .

  17. Anonymous4:20 PM

    more bus equals more traffic... to ease the traffic and get rid of this fucking "good for nothing and corrupt ridden bus" install an inter-terminal train as design by DOTC which was featured one or two years ago... in this way the passengers will be able to drop off at NAIA 1 or 2 or 4 and ride buses/jeeps plying from there...... you dumbass morons from this EJK administration

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