Mapa de asientos Airbus A321 Philippine Airlines (PAL)
Avión Airbus A321 Philippine Airlines (PAL) con 3 clases y 199 asientos a bordo. Usa el mapa de asientos para encontrar cuáles son más cómodos y cuáles deberías evitar.
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Detalles del asiento
|Clase de negocios|
No window. Limited recline
Amazing lay down flat beds and food was great quality !
The only row in Premium where there is both floor storage and reclining does not give the people at row 31 a bad day.
This is a ratty old plane with tired seat trim and carpet and where the tv monitors don't descend from their place in the overhead storage. As a bonus, the staff will apologise for the inconvenience... but you will still have no entertainment for the next 10 hours. The legroom is surely designed for Santas elves with the seats jammed ever closer.
This might be one of the worst seats in the aircraft. Upon check in they said it was exit row with only 2 seats instead of 3 so I thought it would be good. But it has the same leg room as a regular row (which is almost none) and the 2 seats are in regular configuration, the "missing" seat is for the flight attendant. As it is still technically considered an exit row, you also cannot stow anything under the seat during take off and landing. The seat does not recline at all, so it is a combination of all bad things when it comes to an airline seat: no leg room, cramped, no window for a window seat, no below seat storage allowed, and next to the flight attendant's seat.
No reclining due to funny back wall. Also pressured with curtain against premium economy.
Maybe I got lucky with a newer aircraft but this seat was great. Inclined towards the window which makes it feel like no one is in the cabin but you. Large private screens with lots of entertainment and also wifi ($6 for the flight I think) The service was impeccable. They refilled my champagne glass 3 times before take off :)
Wide busness seat. No Screens but ipads are given. Once the seat in front reclines you get pretty tight room similar to economy.
First row of premium economy. No roof to floor bulkhead (a screen only) allows great legroom for entirety of row 21
Row 32 has no seats immediately behind it, so you don't feel guilty about reclining your seats all the way. 32K is right beside the flight attendant's backward-facing seat, so it is technically a middle seat, not a window seat. (The seat selector on the PAL website is deceptive.) There was no entertainment onboard for our 3-hour-long flight. The ratio of flight attendants to passengers is good, and the cabin crew is attentive.
It was a bad seat considering a window seat but i had bad viewing vantage since it was for 31A
Seat 61K is a bit awkard since you will be facing the flight attendant who is seated across the seat. You will also be sharing the said leg room. Despite being a window seat, there is not windows in this seat.
61A has extra legroom but no windows, despite being a window seat. There's also no space below your seat for your feet since the case for the life vest is blocking that space.
Paid $50usd for this exit row seat and it is well worth the money, lots of room
Row 31 faces a movable curtain that divides the cabin at the backs of row 23. This curtain makes row 31 extremely claustrophobic since it is right in your face. This row should be labeled as a bad row.