Seat Map Philippine Airlines (PAL) Boeing 777-300ER (77W)
Airplane Boeing 777-300ER (77W) Philippine Airlines (PAL) with 2 classes and 370 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- Entertainment System
- AC Power outlets
Angle Lie Flat
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Considering it is an economy seat, the legroom and seat width are good enough. The entertainment gadget is excellent, it is quite easy to use although the content (choice of movies) is meh. Two years ago, I was onboard a same airplane for the same airline, and the movie selection was better. And of course PAL flight crew is excellent as usual.
view is covered by the wings.
38A, 38B and 38C all have fine legroom and recline. 38A has a little extra room to move around in without bothering anyone behind you. But beware, this row does not have an overhead bin. The smaller bin for this row is reserved for children lifevests. So you'll have to squeeze into another nearby bin. And on inbound (to Manila) Philippine Airlines flights, space in the overhead bin will always be at a premium as most passengers will have carry on luggage.
No Air Vents above, I think all of PAL's aircaft do not have these vents, crazy in a hot country !!!
The choices of food is no longer available & service is not well attended by the crew staff.
Be warned that even though the airline's seat map may show empty economy seats for you to stretch out in, these may be filled up with cruise ship workers. Basically any remaining empty seats are filled, so we were shocked that what we though would be an almost empty rear of the plane was actually full. So pick your seats assuming the worst. For bulkhead seats, row 41 has much more room than 61, enough that you could lie down in front of the seats. The 2-across in row 53 seemed like a good choice as well if traveling with a partner. All economy seats on this plane seem to recline by sliding forward, so don't worry about seat backs coming into your space.
The seat actually depends on what aircraft you fly on. If you get to fly the new B777 then you're lucky because they've got full flat beds with new seat features. For me the aircraft that I flew on was the RP-C7773, which has the old cabin. The seats we're okay and it offers a great legroom. The only disadvantage for me is that you don't really have the space to put some personal things. But the service was 10/10.
I was in "window" seat 36k on this flight from Manila-to-SF on a 777-300er last week. IT HAS NO WINDOW (all plastic). Of course the same applies for seat 36A. So please make a note of this lack of window on the seat map. The seat should be yellow.
Travelling with me are my husband and 1 year-old son. My son loves to keep moving while he is still awake and so I choose this seats so we cannot disturb another passenger if incase we want to keep standing.
The table tray and screen are not aligned to the seat which is a little minor issue. The arm rest between seats 69A & 69C can't be pulled up. A little untidy on the floor of the plane but overall the crew were all great!
The centre arm rest does not lift up making this a very uncomfortable seat for a long flight
I booked online and the seat I thought I choose was up a row and I thought it might be to close to the galley. However it turned out to be no problem and I was able to sleep well in it. Lots of legroom and you need to reach to touch the screen if you handheld was not working. Good choice of AV.
This seat has a lot of room leg but is ver, very cold. Beware and have and ask for an extra blanket
This is an extra legroom exit row seat, which costs more than regular coach. Overall, this airline and this seat were a total disappointment. The airline packs as many people as they can in coach class, and the business class section looks more like economy plus, without lie flat seats. There is no full bar, and I had chicken adobo for dinner and for breakfast the next day. I had the "A" seat. Since I have broad shoulders, the curvature of the aircraft wall allowed no space for me to be comfortable. No sleep was had for 14 hours. The nearness of the lavatories made things even worse, including the smell. I will never fly Philippines again for long flights. Within Asia, it is probably adequate.
Lack of storage at arms reach. Only storage are the bins above or in front but can't be used during takeoff and landing. TV screens are too far to read/see with or without glasses. The seats were very comfortable. The flight crew were excellent. Very friendly and accommodating (not the pilots - no interaction with them). I usually fly Delta Business class and their configuration is better for storaqe but the service provided by PAL's crew was far better than what Delta provides. This makes up for the shortcomings. Thank you PAL!
Arm rest doest not go up on this row. I thought it was weird but my family sat on the same seats to and from manila and both times they did not go up. Asked the flight attendant and she said they do go up and so i asked her to to show me and then she couldnt. And just said " thats weird" and walked off.
EXIT ROW 41A window exit seat wall close leg area is very cold due to strong air condition system coming out from the side of the exit door. you need to wear thick pants or else your leg will get cold cramp.
Window view from this seat is excellent, especially if you'd like to appreciate the large wing area of the plane. Being on the wing itself, differences in acceleration during takeoff and landing were not jarring.
Seat 36K (and subsequently 36A) has a window shared with 37K (and 37A). One has to recline the seat to be able to look through the window. (In short, both window seats at row 36 can be classified as windowless).