MANILA, Philippines — Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) is upgrading its Comfort Class service on domestic flights in line with its continuing commitment to comfort and convenience in-flight.
Effective immediately, Comfort Class passengers will enjoy access to PAL’s Mabuhay Lounges in Manila, Davao, Iloilo, and Cebu airports, dedicated check-in counters, an increased mileage accrual to 115% for Mabuhay Miles Members, and assigned overhead bins for their carry-on luggage items.
PAL’s Comfort Class passengers are treated to enhanced in-flight snack options. The newest offerings include gourmet sandwiches like the Chicken Waldorf Sandwich and the Crunchy Salmon with Celery and Parmesan Sandwich, to name a couple.
The upgraded Comfort Class also retains the following perks:
- Seats with more legroom
- Complimentary blankets and pillows
- Reserved seats near or at the front of the cabin for faster and easier boarding and deplaning experience
- Welcome drinks and juice, soda, coffee, and tea options
- 25kg Free Baggage Allowance for checked-in baggage
- Assigned lavatory and amenities on select aircraft
Launched in September 2022, PAL’s Comfort Class is offered on all domestic flights operated by the airline’s Airbus A330 Bi-class, Airbus A321ceo, Airbus A320 and De Havilland DHC-8-400 Next Generation aircraft.
The service is tailored for passengers desiring a more comfortable, convenient, and seamless flight journey, from pre-boarding to arrival.
“These improvements to our Comfort Class service will provide our passengers with a more pleasant experience when they fly on our domestic routes. From increased mileage accrual and free baggage allowance, Mabuhay Lounge access, to more meal options, we hope to entice more travelers to try and experience PAL’s Comfort Class first-hand,” said Yosh Yoshida, PAL Head of Product and Service Management.
For more information, visit www.philippineairlines.com or PAL’s official Facebook page.
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