Overview of Didicas International Airport
T2 - Terminal 2 is dedicated for the national flag carrier (Philippine Airlines). "side note: same arrangement on the Manila Airport
Terminal 2 is just infront the Didicas Island MRT/Monorail Interchange Station (transit link for MRT yellow line and two monorail line (Channel Beach Service Line and Santa Monica Town Service Line). The Didicas Island Station has direct connection to terminal 2 via underground linkway.
T3 - Terminal 3 covers the regional, domestic and low cost carrier flights (Dominated by Cebu Pacific), locals generally called it the "Budget Terminal". A Free standing Mcdonalds branch is located just beside the open car park area (but still you can find more food options inside the terminal which has Jollibee, Starbucks, Mang Inasal Chicken, Pizza Hut, Greenwhich Pizza and a lot more.
2 large multilevel carpark and 1 open carpark area is provided, while bus and taxi have their own designated parking zones.
Terminal 3 is also connected on the MRT Yellow Line with an underground station (simply called Terminal 3 (T3) station).
T4 - Terminal 4 is a domestic and short haul flights terminal. Turbo Props (dash, atrs, saab) and smaller jets are the common aircrafts using this terminal.
Terminal 4 or simply called Domestic Airport Terminal is located along Domestic Airport Road. It can alsobe accessed by public transport thru MRT (T4 MRT Station - Yellow Line) as well as by Bus or Taxi (lots of them just park outside the building). For private cars there's a small 2 level carpark building across the road linked thru underground pedestrian linkway which also connects to the T4 MRT station.
Didicas Airport Engineering Center - Large Hangars providing aircraft repair and maintenance.
Cargo (Air Freight) Terminal - Cargo hub for Air Freight company such as FedEx, DHL, TNT to name a few.
General Aviation - Private hangars for company aircraft use in business, private transport, aviation training and sightseeing/adventure tour or skydiving.
Logistic Hub for in-Flight Catering and other Aircraft Services
Control Tower and Aviation Fuel Silos
Two Radome were built for the Didicas Island International Airport. The Radars are used in both by civilian and the military authority. Inside the Radome are the ELM-2288 radar useful for both air defence and air traffic control activities.
There are large carpark and transport links (via mrt (Yellow Line), monorail (2 lines one going to directly to a nearby beach and another to small town, plus buses, old fashion taxi and grab (uber is no longer in SEA)...
The airport is shared also with a small Airforce base named Lt Manuel Conde Airbase