Sitzplan Airbus A330-300 (333) v2 Philippine Airlines (PAL)
Flugzeug Airbus A330-300 (333) v2 Philippine Airlines (PAL) mit 3 Klassen und 364 Sitzen an Bord. Dank dem Flugzeug-Sitzplan können Sie herausfinden, welche Plätze komfortabler sind und welche am besten vermieden werden sollten.
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The unusual tight-fitting of business class seats on Manila-Dammam-Manila route. I don't know why they have these business class seats configuration for Middle East flights. But they have a lot better business seats for a shorter flight like Manila -Hongkong flights. Besides there is no built-in entertainment screen you were given an ipad where it caused neck strain throughout the flight. What a horrible experience on this plane.
Great leg room but extremely narrow cramped seats. I wish i had not chosen this 'premium' seat and taken a regular seat in the back. Never again on this seat
SYD-MAN on a day flight in 2C. A strange set up with 2A angled towards 2C. A seat full reclines into a flat bed but with very limited space (length and width) for a largish Caucasian. It may be OK for a small Filipino. The seat next to mine also reclines into a flat bed but a higher level so it looks and feels strange. The only advantage is that a passenger in 2A may have easier access to the isle being higher than the 2C seat. No IFE via individual fixed screens but one can use an iPad distributed by the crew. A single toilet serving 18 business class passengers and often an overflow of premium economy passengers. The toilet very small but it may be the future of current layout of planes.
I highly doubt that the economy seats on this aircraft are 18 inches wide, as shown in the "seating details" on this page. I'd be surprised if they were even 17 inches wide, given the high-density 9-abreast configuration used.
A very very good flight experience. I observed that the flight attendants are so attentive and accomodating to the pasengers with a smile on their face.Truly a good philippine culture hospitality. They regularly cleaned the comfort room for the benifit of the next user.
Fixed armrest on the bulkhead premium economy seat makes the narrow seat very confining for many people.
Strange set up--the two seats were angled towards each other--I had an empty seat beside me, otherwise it would have been a bit odd. I found the seat small and tight and the foot rest for the passenger beside me had there been one was up around my head area--was it supposed to drop ? Uncomfortable, and had it not been a short flight I would have been unhappy.
This seat is perfect if you are tall. You can sit with an angle and stretch your legs on the side. Additionally, you have the advantage of being in the aisle (getting out of your seat anytime) without having people bumping into you.
Flew from Melbourne to manila and return on this plane, the A340's I they used to use on this flight were better than the A330, the economy seats we had were small and cramped no power for your devices what so ever seats were hard with no padding and with very little leg room, on the return flight to Melbourne they ran out of beef so had to be content with cold fish, never ever will I fly with Philippine airlines ever again from Melbourne, no regard what so ever for there passengers.
Not an experience I'd repeat! At 180cm tall, I found my knees buried in the seat in front ... VERY uncomfortable. Seat hardly reclined and impossible to find comfortable position for the 8 hour flight. Entertainment non-existent as it wasn't working. Food very average. This used to be a good airline ... what's happened?