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Commuting from QC and Ortigas to NAIA Easier Thanks to P2P Bus

There’s nothing worse than having to brave EDSA and C5 traffic when you need to catch a flight, let alone with your suitcase and luggage.

Thankfully for Quezon City and Ortigas residents, commuting from designated points to any of the NAIA terminals has become much easier thanks to the Department of Transportation’s UBE Express.

P2P Interior
Image credit: www.aranetacenter.net

UBE Express is a premium airport bus service that seats 24 with provision for PWD seating, is fully air-conditioned, has WiFi, GPS technology and CCTV for security. UBE Express promises its riders a smooth and hassle-free trip with ample leg space and more room for luggage than you’d have with your average taxi.

UBE
Image credit: www.aranetacenter.net

There are also several payment options that riders can avail of to ensure that they have tickets before hopping on board the bus: cash, credit card and tap card.

For Quezon City, UBE Express has the Araneta Center- NAIA route with fares at P100 per head, one-way. The earliest bus leaves Araneta Center at 2 AM, while the bus from the NAIA terminal leaves 4 AM.

On the other hand, Ortigas residents may avail of the Robinsons Galleria- NAIA route, with the earliest bus leaving the mall at 6 AM. Coming from NAIA to Robinsons, the earliest bus is 6 AM with the last trip at 9 PM.

If you wish to purchase tickets, you may do so at the terminal. Or you can buy them online here.

*Image banner credit: www.ubeexpress.com

 

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