PSA: There Are P2P Buses from Cubao to NAIA Terminals
Bus fare is P200 per trip.
by Ina Louise Manto | July 27, 2023
Here’s to the folks who are traveling soon. Instead of booking a private car or hailing a taxi, you can take a bus ride directly from Araneta to NAIA and vice versa via the UBE Express. Here’s everything you need to know about it and the bus routes at Araneta City Busport:
Cubao to NAIA via UBE Express
Traveling soon and won’t have much luggage to carry? Going to the airport via a P2P bus might be a better and cheaper mode of transportation for you. If you’re coming from the northern areas of Metro Manila, Araneta City Busport has UBE Express buses that will take you from QC to all NAIA terminals conveniently.
The earliest trip from Araneta leaves at 6 AM and the last trip leaves at 9 PM, with an hourly interval. From NAIA Terminal 3, the earliest trip you can take is at 5:30 PM. The last trip to Cubao leaves at 8:30 PM.
Note that the only P2P pick-up point is at NAIA Terminal 3, so plan accordingly, especially if you’re hailing from other airport terminals. However, drop-off points include all four terminals.
The booth is in Bay 10 while the buses are at Bays 11 and 12.
Where is the terminal in Araneta City located?
UBE Express buses are located in BAY 5 at Manhattan Heights Building Tower D, Ground Level, General Romulo Avenue, Cubao, Quezon City.
What are the modes of payment?
Passengers may pay using cash or their Beep card.
Each ride costs P200 per person.
Trips at Araneta City Busport
Aside from P2P buses to and from NAIA, there are also bus trips going to nearby provinces at the Araneta City Busport.
These routes include locations in Pampanga, Laguna, Lucena, and Batangas, with buses leaving as early as 4 AM. The last trip (to Pampanga) leaves at 9 PM. Refer to the following bus schedule below:
Looking for other places to explore? Join WindowSeat.ph’s official Facebook community What’s Your Trip PH for more recos!