Philippine Airlines today deploys its newest
aircraft, the Boeing 777-300ER, on its prime Manila-Tokyo Narita
vice-versa daily service. The state-of-the-art aircraft, delivered
less than two months ago, flies to Japanís premium international
gateway in addition to PALís Boeing 747-400 aircraft.
Tokyo Narita is the second destination served by PALís
Boeing 777-300ER. The jet has been flying the Hong Kong route since
26 November 2009. It will be deployed on the Sydney and
Melbourne services by mid-March.
passengers in Mabuhay Class (business) and 328 in Fiesta Class
(economy), PALís Boeing 777-300ER features a cutting-edge inflight
entertainment system, comfortable seats, and a soothing, coastal
resort-themed cabin design that aims to evoke the tranquil seas of
Each seat is outfitted with a
personal television with Audio Video on Demand (AVOD) capability.
The fully digital inflight entertainment system enables passengers
to choose from a broad range of media content.
options include six short films, 12 audio program channels, 19 of
the latest Hollywood and Filipino movies, and more than 50 CD
selections. Thereís also a range of popular digital games,
including Sudoku, Tetris, Invasion and more.
Mabuhay Class seats, supplied by Recaro of Germany, boast a
generous 78-inch pitch and are adjustable to a variety of
positions, including a full, lie-flat recline with a 15-degree
Each seat in Mabuhay Class is equipped with
individual ďgooseneckĒ reading lights, a laptop charging port, and
a USB port enabling passengers to listen to their MP3 collection
or view their PDF files.
In Fiesta Class,
passengers also experience enhanced comfort with their
Weber-designed seats that feature a 34-inch pitch and an actuating
seat pan that enables the bottom cushion to move up or forward
when reclining, adding to the comfort level.
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