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Philippine Airlines to Sell Choice Seating

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 Philippine Airlines has started offering choice seating on its domestic and international flights.

For a surcharge, PAL passengers booked in Fiesta Class (economy) can now reserve a seat located next to the aircrafts bulkhead or along the emergency exit row, which assures them of wider legroom and extra space.

This option is available on all PAL domestic and international services except those to Japan and Korea.

The fees are: $50 for flights between the Philippines and the Unites States, Canada, Australia and Saudi Arabia; $20 for flights between points in Asia, including Guam; and P200 plus 12% VAT for flights within the Philippines.

Seat confirmation and collection of fees are done upon check-in to comply with Philippine civil air regulations.

A separate product is offered exclusively on PAL flights between Manila and Riyadh a new seating class called Premium Fiesta. Economy class passengers who opt to upgrade to Premium Fiesta will be seated on the upper deck of the Boeing 747-400 aircraft where the seats are wider and are equipped with individual television monitors. Premium Fiesta seats can be reserved for a fee of $100 per one-way flight.

Once ticketed, passengers may request for both choice seats and Premium Fiesta seats by calling PAL reservations, ticket offices or accredited travel agents.

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