Gray Zone Warfare “Manifest Destiny” Quest Guide

Manifest Destiny is a quest in Gray Zone Warfare given by Handshake. It asks you to access the flight manifest database which is located at Pha Lang airfield.

Manifest Destiny Quest Details

My man! I got something special for you. It looks like the Pha Lang Airfield was the main entry and exit gate for pretty much anybody visiting this little corner of “paradise.” Be it those rich assholes who stayed at the resort or the more down-to-earth kind with overstocked backpacks and fake Swiss army knives. Well, I have a client on the line who would be very interested in gathering information about who those people were and if they managed to leave the island before whatever happened here.

Head to the airfield and access the flight manifest database there. I’m sure that even a backwater country like this didn’t store all that s*** on paper, so look for a PC and see what you can get from it. And remember, the password is usually “password.”


  • Access the flight manifest database


  • Recon
  • TC-2002
  • USD 4,700/50,000
  • Experience: 1000
  • Reputation: +150


You need to go to the Pha Land Airfield and get inside the building. Once inside, you need to find a working computer which can be distinguished by the light coming from the monitor. Once you find it, go close to it and press the action button. The location of the PC is below:

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