Ready For Hawaii Flight

13 June 2017

Flag carrier Philippine Airlines will reveal its newest seat product via A330-300 (RP-C8784) plane to Honolulu beginning June 15 to be followed by Melbourne and Shanghai in July, Sydney in August, Hong Kong in September, Narita in October, and Haneda and Osaka in November, as the airline begin its journey towards five star status. 
Business Class




Premium Economy

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8 comments:

  1. are there any pictures on the new cabins?

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  2. I already saw the seat map its confirmed that the refurbished A330 will have 18 Business Class Seats in
    1-2-1 config Premium Economy will have 24 seats in 2-3-2 config while economy will be 2-4-2 instead of 3-3-3. I wonder if the remaining 7 A330-300 will the same layout or will be different ?

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  3. Any photos of economy class? I wanted to see if they actually added IFE to the seats to make them competitive. It would be a travesty if they left out IFE and still think they'll get to "5 Stars"

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    1. Try this mate, it shows a glimpse of the economy cabin
      https://twitter.com/cnnphilippines/status/874785781197398016

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    2. I saw a picture of the economy class seats they are indeed in a 2-4-2 8-Abreast configuration. However the seats where different from PAL new 77W It has the same seating pattern as with the recent B77W but its not Zodiac Seats Z300 it looks like 5600 seats instead. Also so far thier are no clear pictures of the IFE screen in economy but I think it will be the same with what is fitted in South Afircan Airways Airbus A330-300 which has the same IFE provider as PAL A333 RAVE thier is a review of SAA Business class withch is also thompson vantage XL the same seats as the new J class in PAL A330s available in youtube it also previews the economy section so if you like to look here is the link !
      https://youtu.be/0KYaO8mB7Cw.
      If you can't connect I would recommend searching it on youtube the tittle is South African Airways new Business Class (GRU-JNB) by Carioca NoMundo.

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    3. Its right there before your eyes. The difference to premium economy is just the width and pitch of the chairs as well as the size of IFE screen. If you care to look at our earlier post we brought them out before.

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  4. Congrats, PAL, you mean business this time!

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  5. Very impressive! Great move.

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