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Seatplan rating 6.0

6.0/10

  • Boarding 5.2
  • Seat for sitting 6.2
  • Seat for sleeping 3.4
  • Service 5.8
  • Entertainment 6.2
  • Food & drink 6.0
  • Punctuality 6.8
  • Baggage 7.0

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The B777-300ER is relatively new to Philippine Airlines' fleet, serving both long haul and high-capacity domestic routes. It is deployed on the service to London.

Each plane offers 370 seats - 42 in Mabuhay (business) class and 328 in Fiesta (economy) class - carrying passengers throughout Asia and Australia.

Seatplans.com recommends...

"The Mahubay cabin is divided into two sections – the first has 28 seats and the second has 14, but it is in the former where passengers enjoy the greatest sense of privacy with the galley located behind them. (In fact, that was where the husband of Philippine president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and their younger happened to be ensconced with their entourage.)

The second cabin was sandwiched between two galleys. This created a situation in which the cabin crew had to walk back and forth quickly, increasing the risk of elbow-knocks from trolleys. Choose a window seat, or one not on the aisle, to avoid this."

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