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Old January 20th, 2006, 04:08 AM   #121
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NAIA Terminal 2's gardens


Northwest Cargo, Emirates, and Cebu Pacific taxiing in NAIA


NAIA Terminal 1's Check-in area


NAIA Terminal 2



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Old January 20th, 2006, 04:39 AM   #122
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oya Sorry 3x its spose to be Husband hehe I like how NAIA is Bright and White on the Indoor
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Old January 20th, 2006, 08:15 AM   #123
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I prefer Jakarta's airport
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Old January 20th, 2006, 02:02 PM   #124
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We had another one ..
was Kemayoran .... where the Jakarta Tower will be built ...
and another international airport is planned for Majalengka area to support the new A380. stupid plan though. why we need so many international airport close to each other?
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Old January 20th, 2006, 02:40 PM   #125
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Old January 20th, 2006, 04:00 PM   #126
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i picking Jakarta airport as my fave!
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Old January 20th, 2006, 06:59 PM   #127
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i choose SHIA between NAIA'S T1 and T2......

but NAIA TERMINAL 3 is better than SHIA!
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Old January 21st, 2006, 04:55 AM   #128
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I don't about you guys but I think SHIA has a good lay out and floor plan, it looks spaceous, it's a huge airport from what it looks like. I like the idea of their classic Indonesian touch but it's not too impressive, the color scheme seems to look gloomy to me inside and out, but my main thing with an airport is the comfort and convinience, not so much about the aesthetics.

NAIA 3doesn't have a real impressive design outside either but it seems like the interior is immaculate, it looks comfortable inside but maybe because it is new. SHIA seems alot bigger though. NAIA 2 looks nice and modern also, I kind of like the interior and exterior design of it. On NAIA 1, it has it's classic look, it would still look good if it has been properly maintained as it does look it's age already.

The bottomline is that they are both a good airport, I don't think I prefer one over the other. Now, if you will compare it to other airports like in Korea, HK and Japan? The latter 3 would be very impressive to me.

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Old January 21st, 2006, 05:14 AM   #129
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i really prefer the modern one!!!
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Old January 21st, 2006, 10:15 AM   #130
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The bottomline is that they are both a good airport, I don't think I prefer one over the other. Now, if you will compare it to other airports like in Korea, HK and Japan? The latter 3 would be very impressive to me.
As much as I like SHIA, I have to say, it can't be compared to e.g. Seoul, HK, or Tokyo.
Because SHIA is more regional than "intercontinental" airport. and the airports you mentioned are all "intercontinental".

But I do wish, that could change somewhen in the future.
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Old January 21st, 2006, 06:36 PM   #131
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NAIA3 > SHIA > NAIA2 > NAIA1
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Old January 21st, 2006, 09:46 PM   #132
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NAIA Terminal 2's gardens


Northwest Cargo, Emirates, and Cebu Pacific taxiing in NAIA


NAIA Terminal 1's Check-in area


NAIA Terminal 2



NAIA Terminal 3

hi cosmo,
cannot see the first 3 pictures, only ?-marks. can you convert them into jpegs for us ? that woulld be great !
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Old January 21st, 2006, 10:24 PM   #133
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FYI, www.imageshack.us never fails. try it cosmo.
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Old January 22nd, 2006, 02:24 AM   #134
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As much as I like SHIA, I have to say, it can't be compared to e.g. Seoul, HK, or Tokyo.
Because SHIA is more regional than "intercontinental" airport. and the airports you mentioned are all "intercontinental".

But I do wish, that could change somewhen in the future.

Exactly what do you mean by intercontenental? Does SHIA not have international flights. I have never been in Indonesia before, but I was under an impression that the whole circular terminals are devided into halves, one for domestics/regional operations and the other half for international. It seems like it has a massive size that can be compared to other airports all over the world, the only difference is that it maybe just Garuda or any indonesian flag carrier is the only airline that hub in that air terminal unlike the airports like Tokyo international for instance where airlines like NWA together with other Japanese and/or other airlines share as satellite homebase outside their main hub.

Another thing is that I compared those airports with SHIA for it's design and layout or floor plan, not with the level or standard for whichever category those airports belong to.
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Old January 22nd, 2006, 05:16 AM   #135
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FYI, www.imageshack.us never fails. try it cosmo.
Yeah, I'll try that. Thanks.

@ Richard: I'll try reposting them.
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Old January 22nd, 2006, 05:36 AM   #136
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Exactly what do you mean by intercontenental? Does SHIA not have international flights. I have never been in Indonesia before, but I was under an impression that the whole circular terminals are devided into halves, one for domestics/regional operations and the other half for international. It seems like it has a massive size that can be compared to other airports all over the world, the only difference is that it maybe just Garuda or any indonesian flag carrier is the only airline that hub in that air terminal unlike the airports like Tokyo international for instance where airlines like NWA together with other Japanese and/or other airlines share as satellite homebase outside their main hub.

Another thing is that I compared those airports with SHIA for it's design and layout or floor plan, not with the level or standard for whichever category those airports belong to.
yea ur right. it is an interanational airport and it does serve interbational airlines, but i htink what he was getting to is that SHIA doesnt get as much international flights as tokyho or hk do
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Old January 22nd, 2006, 05:47 AM   #137
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just like MNL
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Old January 22nd, 2006, 06:11 AM   #138
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The design of Soekarno Hatta airport does not fit for Jakarta as a capital city, which is more on the centre of commerce of Indonesia rather than tourism. Such design would fit nicely for a city like Yogyakarta where most people both local and foreigners came to the city for tourism activities besides the Soekarno Hatta airport reflects its traditional Javanese elements with its roofs. The architect for the airport, a Frenchman, unfortunately saw overall Indonesia only as a tourist destination.

Manila got the right design for its airport for a capital city.

Both cities wont make it to serve as hubs for international flights. Many American airlines have changed SouthEast Asia base from Manila to cities like Bangkok (for United Airlines for example). Both airports would act just a feeder for the more international airports such as Hong Kong (for Manila) and Singapore (for Jakarta) or even Bangkok (for both Manila and Jakarta, for some European airlines like Lufthansa).
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Old January 22nd, 2006, 06:27 AM   #139
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Even KL with its modern airport cannot beat Bangkok and Singapore as aviation hubs.
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Old January 22nd, 2006, 10:23 AM   #140
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Originally Posted by xDieselJockx
Exactly what do you mean by intercontenental? Does SHIA not have international flights. I have never been in Indonesia before, but I was under an impression that the whole circular terminals are devided into halves, one for domestics/regional operations and the other half for international. It seems like it has a massive size that can be compared to other airports all over the world, the only difference is that it maybe just Garuda or any indonesian flag carrier is the only airline that hub in that air terminal unlike the airports like Tokyo international for instance where airlines like NWA together with other Japanese and/or other airlines share as satellite homebase outside their main hub.

Another thing is that I compared those airports with SHIA for it's design and layout or floor plan, not with the level or standard for whichever category those airports belong to.

SHIA is international alrite. But most of the int'l flights are regional.
Granted you can fly to europe (e.g. with LH or KL) with a single flight number.
Those flights, however, stop in Singapore, KL, or Bangkok.
Thus, SHIA is only worth a "Tag-ON".
I am sure that the traffic demand out of /to SHIA will eventually justify for more non-stop intercontinental flights. But as things now stand, it is not yet.

If you only compare the design, and nothing else, then I'd choose SHIA.
Because of its distinctive design and layout.
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