London, undeniably the most popular city in the United Kingdom. Tourists from all over the world travel to this remarkable city every year to get a glimpse of the changing of the guard at the Buckingham Palace or admire the Gothic architecture of the Westminster Abbey. Adventure seekers kayak down the Thames or bungee jump by the O2. But for some people, booking a trip to London can be quite expensive.
Until June 30 this year, Philippine Airlines (PAL) is offering travelers reduced fares to fly direct to the storied city of London. All-in economy fares start at USD 883, while all-in business class fares start at USD 2,692. Travelers also experience the comfort of the new Boeing 777 aboard this non-stop flight available daily from Manila to London Heathrow airport.
“We are now utilizing the state – of – the – art Boeing 777 for this popular route, in step with global aviation standards,” said PAL President and Chief Operating Office Jaime J. Bautista. “Staying true to our commitment to the 4-star experience, we want our passengers to feel the warmth of our passenger service by way of “buong pusong alaga” and to experience comfort and convenience inflight with the new features of this aircraft.”
Apart from being the only airline with non-stop flights to and from London, PAL ensures that passengers travel at ease with the new Boeing 777. Business class passengers can sit back and relax with the aircraft’s new convertible seats which now extend to full-flat beds. With new cozy duvets, the beds offer passengers more comfortable sleep throughout the 14-hour flight.
Each seat in the new Boeing 777 is equipped with the myPAL eSuite. Built with a wide selection of movies, shows, games, and music, both Business and Economy passengers can catch up on latest blockbusters or re-watch old favorites. The new aircraft has myPAL Wi-Fi, allowing passengers to stay online throughout the flight at affordable rates.
Besides watching shows and movies on demand, business class passengers travelling on long-haul flights can also enjoy dining on demand. The dine-at-your-leisure service system was launched in April 2017 to satisfy those midflight cravings.
Passengers aboard this flight are also treated to extra baggage allowance, to give passengers more room for those valuable London keepsakes. Business class passengers can bring up to two pieces of luggage of 32 kilos each, while economy class passengers can bring up to two pieces of 23 kilos each.
“Being a 4-star global airline, we strive to deliver world-class travel experiences to our passengers,” added Bautista. “We look forward to serving you in our next flight.”
Book your next flight with Philippine Airlines at philippineairlines.com.