|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|HKG||Manila||Oct 3 - Oct 17||$157|
|SIN||Manila||Oct 8 - Oct 19||$185|
|DXB||Manila||Nov 1 - Nov 30||$540|
|SFO||Manila||Oct 26 - Nov 8||$551|
|YVR||Manila||Sep 29 - Feb 24||$589|
|LAX||Manila||Nov 2 - Nov 11||$604|
|JFK||Manila||Nov 2 - Nov 12||$644|
|YYZ||Manila||Oct 7 - Oct 12||$657|
|SYD||Manila||Nov 13 - Nov 27||$700|
|PVG||Manila||Sep 3 - Sep 18||$923|
Great flight from DFW to Japan. Really enjoyed the Premium Economy seating on Japan Airlines.
Very friendly staff,very professional. Overall experience is so wonderful.
The flight was nice but one of the bathroom isn’t easy to lock. Please fix or @ least put up a sign.
Except for baggage got delayed. Overall excellent trip
Attempted to take a friend’s seat that I knew would not be on the flight due to an emergency. Was told I’d have to pay extra although the seat was already paid for.
First time I wass given snack by PAL. I have flown to different places via PAL never I have snack, given in the midst of journey.
The tv did not work
Happy with everything except the delayed connecting flight for so many hours without a valid reason. Boarding process not organized .
We had a safe flight, that's the main thing😏
Attentive flight staffs
|Number of Airlines Serving|
|Airlines Serving||Philippine Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Japan Airlines, EVA Airways, Singapore Airlines, Delta, Etihad Airways, Asiana Airlines, Royal Brunei Airlines, United, Qatar Airways, Air Canada|
|Number of Daily Flights|
|Airlines with Direct Flights|
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