Philippine Airlines flights to North America and London will get a major boost when the airline receives its first tri-class A350-900 in July.
With its long-range capability of up to 8,000 nautical miles (14,800 km) and a cabin up to four times quieter than existing aircraft, the Airbus will help the Asian airline maintain competition on long-haul routes from Manila.
The business class cabin of the new PAL A350 has 30 seats has a 1-2-1 configuration providing direct aisle access. Seat pitch is at 44-inches and seat width is 23-24 inches. The seat – which reclines to fully-flat measuring 78-inches in length – has an air cushion to adjust seat firmness, a lumbar massage feature, additional storage for personal items, and power ports.
The Philippine Airlines‘ premium economy class cabin has 24 seats in a 2-4-2 configuration. Seat pitch is at 38-inches and seat width is at 19-inches. Premium economy seats – which have a recline of 8-inches – are equipped with leg rest and footrest, additional front pockets for personal items, bottle holder, reading light and power ports.
Regular economy seats total 241 on a 3-3-3 configuration. Seat pitch is 33-inches, seat width is 18-inches and recline is 6-inches. Features include a 4-way headrest and USB power ports.
All seats on the Airbus A350 have personal TV screens with dual screen functionality. Passengers can pair their screens with their mobile devices via the myPAL Player app to select content to be displayed on the screen or track the flight’s progress through the Flight Map. High-speed Wi-Fi is offered free for all passengers (subject to time and volume caps), with affordable renewal plans.
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