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Philippine Airlines information

IATA code PR
Routes 118
Top route Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl to Cebu City Mactan Intl
Airports served 52
Top airport Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl

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Overall rating

7.3 Good
Based on 3,083 reviews

Boarding
7.4

Comfort
7.3

Crew
8.0

Entertainment
6.9

Food
7.1

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Popular flight routes

Flight
Origin
Destination
Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.
S M T W T F S
128
Manila
MNL
Seattle
SEA
         
129
Seattle
SEA
Manila
MNL
         
2111
Manila
MNL
Tamuning
GUM
         
1846
Cebu City
CEB
Manila
MNL
 
1845
Manila
MNL
Cebu City
CEB
 
319
Hong Kong
HKG
Manila
MNL
 
318
Manila
MNL
Hong Kong
HKG
 
2546
Dumaguete City
DGT
Manila
MNL
       
2545
Manila
MNL
Dumaguete City
DGT
       
331
Xiamen
XMN
Manila
MNL
         
2814
Davao City
DVO
Manila
MNL
         
2813
Manila
MNL
Davao City
DVO
         
330
Manila
MNL
Xiamen
XMN
         
2522
Cagayan de Oro
CGY
Manila
MNL
           
2521
Manila
MNL
Cagayan de Oro
CGY
           
2985
Manila
MNL
Tacloban City
TAC
           
2986
Tacloban City
TAC
Manila
MNL
           

Overview of Philippine Airlines

Operating out of a primary hub in Manila, Philippine Airlines is the official flag carrier of the Philippines and flies to more than 20 countries. Additional hubs are located in Angeles, Cebu and Davao. It has a focus on the Southeast Asia region, offering services to Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Brunei and Singapore, among others. Transcontinental flights are also in operation, with routes to North America, Oceania and Europe.

PAL Express functions as a domestic subsidiary of the carrier, with flights to more than 20 cities across the Philippines. Philippine Airlines also has codeshare agreements with several major global providers, including WestJet, Turkish Airlines, China Airlines and Cathay Pacific.

Customers can choose between Economy and Business Class when flying with Philippine Airlines. A personal USB port allows Business Class passengers to sync to their touch-screen TV, where they can listen to their own music, view photos and read PDF documents. Individual lamp lights are positioned next to the reclining seats, which have an adjustable gooseneck shaft to provide the perfect lighting.

Both Airbus and Boeing aircraft make up the company’s fleet. The Airbus A321 family of planes are the most commonly flown for short distance flights within Asia, capitalizing on their fantastic fuel economy. If you are undertaking a transcontinental flight from North America our Europe, it is likely you will travel on one of their Airbus A350 or Boeing 777 aircraft. Check to see if you are flying in their LoveBus, a specially decorated A350 that was made to celebrate 40 years of partnership with Airbus. It has a red kiss mark near the nose of the plane.

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