Having converted the layout of eight A330-300 aircraft, Philippine Airlines has introduced a new cabin product on nine of its international destinations.

This improvement comes ahead of the launch of a Boeing 777-300ER on the London - Manila route, which will also offer an enriched inflight experience across the airline’s Business and Economy classes.

David Cochrane, UK & Ireland country manager for the airline, said: “As we look forward to upgrading our aircraft on the London – Manila route from December 2017, we are thrilled to have a vastly enhanced cabin product operating on our ‘beyond’ destinations. This means that within this year, our guests flying from London and connecting via Manila will have a completely enhanced experience from takeoff to touchdown on our key routes.”

The reconfigured A330 is now operating the Manila – Honolulu route and will begin service in July to Melbourne and Shanghai, in August to Sydney, in September to Singapore and Hong Kong, in October to Tokyo Haneda, in November to Tokyo Narita and in December to Osaka.

The Thompson Vantage XL brand was selected for the airline’s 18 business class seats full-flat recline and Pneumatic Comfort System (PCS) which allows the passenger to adjust seat firmness according to preference, complimented with a massage function. The Economy Zodiac brand was chosen for the 267 economy seats.

Visit philippineairlines.com for more details.

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