Airplane Airbus A330-300 (333) v2 Philippine Airlines has 3 classes on board with total of 309 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||44 - 78||23||1 - 5||18|
|premium economy||38||19.55||21 - 24||24|
|economy||32||18||31 - 67||267|
Check in good on time. Aircraft clean. Seats in economy some of the worst i have experienced in Asia akin to sitting on a park bench for 8 hours. Seat pitch reasonable. Food average. Service adequate but cabin best described as stoich. A disappointing flight overall
If traveling business class best for seat access is all odd number seats. Almost impossible to get in and out of the even number seats and am not a large person.
HKG-MNL in Economy class. Was looking forward to getting the 2-4-2 version. But disappointment came quick after sitting down there. Seat pitch is very very "filipino style", meaning, nothing for 6 foot tall or taller people. The short flight was enough to me and I was happy to get out of this cabin. I don´t consider PAL for long...
Avoid 51A and 51K on the exist seats. There are huge bulk in front of the seats which limit to place your legs.
The seat is comfortable and spacious. And big legroom! Really worth youre money.
Very Modern Business Class which was a step up from videos seen on YouTube. Great use of space with the latest designs meaning little touches like 3 point seat straps. Staff great and really the negatives are minor such as a lack of amenity bags. Food choice was extensive and drink choice of great levels
This configuration is the 2017 and onwards refurbishment. Excellent seat design, very comfortable lie flat bed that is even wider than some airline competitors. Staff service was attentive and my name was used. Food good, and even served a refrehing drink upon boarding. I enjoyed some time sleeping. This aircraft is a huge ...