Founded in 1941, Philippine Airlines (IATA Code: PR) is the first and oldest airline in Asia operating under its original name. It is the national airline of Philippines and headquartered at the PNB Financial Center in Pasay City, Philippine. Primary Hub of Philippine airlines is at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila and the secondary hub is located at Mactan-Cebu International Airport and Clark International Airport. The airline pampers its passengers with services like Mabuhay lounge and Mabuhay Miles - The frequent flyer program. The In-flight experience in Philippine airlines is unforgettable with out of the ordinary cuisines and array of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Philippine Airlines operates flights to 31 destinations in the Philippines and 41 international destinations in Southeast Asia, East Asia, North America, Middle East, Oceania, and Europe. Cebu, Kalibo, Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Melbourne, Toronto, Beijing, Shanghai, Fukuoka, Tokyo, Busan, Kuwait city, and Macau are some of the destinations served by Philippines airlines.
The Baggage Policy for checked baggage depends on the destination. Generally, for all domestic flights passengers are allowed to carry checked baggage for free with weight not exceeding 10 Kg for the budget economy, 20 Kg for the regular economy, 25 Kg for premium economy, and 30 Kg for the business class promo and 35 Kg for the business class premium. For all international flights in large, passengers are allowed to carry checked baggage for free with weight not exceeding 30 Kg for the budget economy and regular economy and 40 Kg for the business class promo and business class premium. The carry-on baggage should not exceed 7 Kg in weight and 115 cm in total linear dimension.
Philippines airline has the fleet size of 57 aircraft including Airbus A320-200, Airbus A321-200, Airbus A330-300, Airbus A340-300, and Boeing 777-300ER.
Seats vary as per the aircraft which are by and large divided into the budget economy, regular economy, premium economy, and business class promo and business class premium. Click to check the seat map of Philippine airlines.
Passengers having a confirm booking and E-ticket can do online check-in through their personal computers or mobile between 24 to 1 hour prior the scheduled departure time of the flight. Those doing online check-in should drop their baggage at online check-in counters showing their boarding pass before 60 minutes (45 minutes for some destinations) before the flight departure.