Philippines Airlines- Committed to Offer Only the Best

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Philippines Airlines | Image Resource : rappler.com

Flying in an aircraft makes everyone thrilled. Not only the ambience and service they provide is excellent but also the passengers can experience the feel of reaching the sky, literally. Airplanes passing through the clouds and the wonderful view below make every passenger to travel by air. Philippines Airlines is headquartered at National Bank Financial Center in Pasay City. It was established in 1941 and is the first and oldest commercial airline in Asia operating in its original name. Passengers can travel in any of the three classes of travel being: Mabuhay class, Premium Economy Class and Fiesta class.

The Mabuhay Class seats are provided on all aircraft. They offer enough legroom and personal screens. Philippine Airlines is the only Philippine carrier to offer business class on domestic flights. They feature laptop power supply (both AC and USB). Premium Economy Class is similar in design to standard/regular economy class seats but feature 34 inches of legroom. On some flights, passengers are also treated to complementary iPads. Other benefits include increased baggage allowance of 20 kg on domestic flights. Fiesta Class seats are also available on all aircraft. Footrests and tray tables are found in the seat in front, except for bulkhead and exit seats, where the tray tables are embedded in the seats and footrests are on the floor. All aircraft in the mainline fleet feature audio entertainment to Fiesta Class passengers. Philippines Airlines is one of the best airlines to travel. The in-flight and the ground services they provide are exceptionally good.

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