Flying with a new airline can be scary if you don’t know what to expect — particularly if you’re shelling out on tickets.
However, it’s worth a shot if it means flying direct to a location that would otherwise be a challenge to reach.
From September 15, Philippine Airlines will introduce its new Airbus A350 on its routes from London Heathrow and New York JFK to and from Manila, Philippines.
Ahead of the launch, we spoke to the airline to find out what passengers can expect from Business Class — as well as Premium Economy and Economy — on the new aircraft.
Scroll down for a look at what it’s like to fly with Philippine Airlines, from beginning to end.
Philippine Airlines, founded in 1941, is the Philippines’ national airline, based out of Manila. It flies to over 40 cities worldwide, and over 30 points in the Philippines.
It’s the only airline that flies non-stop between London Heathrow and Manila.
From September 15, PAL is introducing its new A350 aircraft on its Heathrow-Manila and New York JFK-Manila routes. Here’s what you can expect.
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