Philippine Airlines Business Class Flights Tickets

Philippine Airlines, commonly denoted by PAL, comes under the services of PAL Holdings, Inc. and was initially started as Philippine Air Lines until the year of 1970. Currently it is the largest airline for the country along with being the flag carrier airlines for Philippines. Although its existence was announced on 14th November 1935, it started its operations on 15th March 1941 and is the oldest commercial airline of Asia that is operating under the original name it was given initially. Headquartered in Pasay City’s PNB Financial Center with focus city being Kalibo of Philippine – Kalibo International Airport. Its major airport hubs and respective cities are:

  • Clark International Airport – Angeles
  • Mactan – Cebu International Airport – Cebu
  • Ninoy Aquina International Airport – Manila

The airlines accords top notch services to passengers travelling to any of its selection of destinations of which 31 is within the boundaries of Philippines and 41 are international destinations of East Asia, Oceania, Europe, North America, Southeast Asia and Middle East. To cater for these destinations, the airlines consist of 54 aircrafts in its fleet of following categories:

  1. Airbus A320 – 200
  2. Airbus A321 – 200
  3. Airbus A321neo
  4. Airbus A330 – 300
  5. Airbus A340 – 300
  6. Airbus A350 – 900
  7. Boeing 777 – 300ER

The airlines also provide transport services to selected cities of the USA of which some of the destinations have already been moved to terminate list. These places are:

Chicago – O’Hare International Airport (Terminated)

Honolulu – Honolulu International Airport

Las Vegas – McCarron International Airport (Terminated)

Los Angeles – Los Angeles International Airport

New York City – John F Kennedy International Airport

Newark – Newark Liberty International Airport (Terminated)

San Francisco – San Francisco International Airport

Philippine Airlines Business Class

Philippine Airline’s Boeing 777 – 300ER Business Class cabins are outfitted with seats that are quite flexible and can adjust to any position that the passenger wants such as lounge – chaise position can be achieved by reclining the seat up to the angle of 15 degree. Furthermore, all the seats are integrated with 10.6 inches in-arm touch screen TV of 15.4 inches which is mounted in seat back and can be easily handled with program controls. ‘Goose Neck’ reading light, USB and laptop charging port is provided individually to every passengers through which they can relax while listening to their own collection of audio and view picture or important PDF files.

The décor of the seat are in deep blue color that accentuate the comfort of plush seats to next level in combination with copper- silver threads that gives off the vibe of light on water.

In-flight Entertainment System

Philippine Airlines’ B777The entire cabin of the new B777-300ERs is equipped with Panasonic eX2 In-flight Entertainment System. This is a fully digital in-flight entertainment system that enables Economy Class passengers to choose from a full-library of video and audio content. Each passenger seat is outfitted with personal TV and Audio/Video On-Demand AVOD feature.

Each seat is outfitted with personal TV, 9-inch seatback-mounted monitors and in-arm monitors, with AVOD (Audio Video on Demand) feature that will enable passengers to start, pause, rewind, and fast-forward any of the video programs at any time using the touch-screen controls or the passenger control units.
The AVOD system gives passengers a wide range of digital on-demand entertainment options – they can individually select from a variety of digital games and entertainment programs anytime.

The selections includes 18 of the latest Hollywood movies, a Filipino film, 8 popular TV programs, 12 radio channels and a selection of CD albums. Each passenger can also create his own audio playlist from the collection of CD albums. On-screen instructions are available in English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

Fine Dining Service

The cabin crew was attentive and personable and we were offered fruit juices or smoothies, hot towels and menus to peruse before take-off. As part of its PAL Master Chef Series, Philippines Airlines works with a roster of four international chefs to create exclusive onboard menu items and I was eager to sample Chef Clinton Lyles’ braised beef with shallot demi-glace and creamy polenta. So did everyone else it seemed. I was consolidated with the pork spare ribs in vinegar. A tasty meal, but given my craving for the beef, and the late hour, my meal was mostly left untouched.

The beverage selection was extensive, with a wide variety of wines and spirits to choose from. I was particularly taken with the bubbles, a Charles Heidsiek Brut Reserve, and a Hardys Stamp Riesling Gewurztraminer.

You know what they say about the second dessert stomach… While I was stuffed to the brim and fighting to keep my eyelids open at this late hour, I couldn’t say no to dessert – a light, fluffy mango crema and cheese plate. The cheese selection came with nuts and some dried fruit, though crackers would have been a more practical and enjoyable accompaniment.

Philippine Airlines in a Glance

Basis Status
Launched 14th November, 1935 & Commenced on 15th March, 1941
Corporate HQ PNB Financial Center,
Macapagal Boulevard, Bay City,
Pasay, Philippines
Major Hub Cities Clark International Airport – Angeles
Mactan – Cebu International Airport – Cebu
Ninoy Aquina International Airport – Manila
Lounge Alia Lounge
Casa Alitalia lounges in Rome Fiumicino
Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate, Catania
Naples, Venice and New York
Parent Company PAL Holdings Inc.
Lounge Mabuhay Lounge
Frequent Flyer Program Mabuhay Miles
Air Fleet Airbus A320 – 200
Airbus A321 – 200
Airbus A321neo
Airbus A330 – 300
Airbus A340 – 300
Airbus A350 – 900
Boeing 777 – 300ER

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