5 reasons to fly to Tokyo on PAL’s Business Class


Flying Philippine Airline’s Business Class is always a good idea. True, it may cost more but hey, the perks that come with it is incomparable. Comfort may come at a price and it’s worth your every centavo. Here’s what the 4-Star airline can offer:


  1. The convenience of a connecting flight.

You have several choices when and where to exit the country, Cebu or Manila. Having chosen your most ideal time, you only have to check-in once.  In Davao, you get the two boarding passes for Davao and Cebu/Manila departures. You can pick up your luggage in Tokyo.


  1. You’re on top of the priority list.



Flying to Tokyo on PAL’s Business Class
Designated check-in counter


A designated check-in line, priority boarding. No waiting in line. Your boarding pass gives access to a red carpet of sorts.


  1. Access to the Mabuhay Lounge.


Flying to Tokyo on PAL’s Business Class
The Mabuhay Lounge, the perfect spot to while time away until boarding time


It’s your own waiting lounge with amenities—comfortable lounging areas, computer station, reading materials, private restroom, beverage stations and a buffet, which includes the famous congee.


Flying to Tokyo on PAL’s Business Class
The Mabuhay Lounge rice porridge


It can get too relaxing that you might forget about boarding time. Be mindful of that.


  1. Food and entertainment in the plane.


Flying to Tokyo on PAL’s Business Class
Read or watch movies


Hot meals are served for everyone in the plane but in this section, it’s special. The menu is conceived by renowned chefs and food is served in a fancy way, like you’re in a restaurant—cocktail first, starter, main then dessert.

The Tokyo flight has a Japanese bento box meal option. Consider it the prelude to your Japanese cultural immersion.


Flying to Tokyo on PAL’s Business Class
Your prelude to a Japanese cultural immersion starts at the Business Class section to Tokyo


  1. The most comfortable seat.
Flying to Tokyo on PAL’s Business Class
Travel in total comfort to Tokyo on this seat on Business Class.


This is the best part. You travel on a wide seat with generous leg room to stretch your longest legs. The seat has a recline option that can turn to a bed in the sky. It’s your choice to stay awake and enjoy the in-flight entertainment or drift off to a restful slumber. Either way, you arrive to your destination fresh and energized.


Flying to Tokyo on PAL’s Business Class
Hello, Japan


Also published in the SunStar Davao newspaper.

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