Skyview Priority Pass Manila Ninoy Aquino MNL Airport Review (while under construction).

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Flying out of Manila on Delta you have two lounge choices post security. If you are a business class passenger you can visit the Skyteam lounge (no love for elites anymore – sorry). Otherwise you need to have something like Priority Pass from any number of high end travel cards to get into either of the lounges down the hall from each other.

While the club is listed as open 24 hours daily the Priority Pass site does suggest you are limited to a 3 hour visit (not that you would want to stay here more than 3 hours anyway).

As a disclaimer for this review the lounge was under construction and from what I can see the space was once a large lounge, now being divided for separate PP access and ANA space below:

Next on to the the self service food and beverage choices that I did not sample during my visit.

Once finished the one perk of this club vs the other Skyteam lounge is the additional food options. Perhaps, if you are hungry, visit this lounge then make your way down the hall for a longer layover to the Skyteam lounge (that also has a shower if you need one).

Have you visited the Skyview Lounge in Manila? – René

 

 

 

One comment

  1. Go there a good amount of time. It is ugly. But good place to steal some drinks for a Cebu Pacific flight.

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