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tracon Jan 26, 17 3:02 pm

PR Vancouver SIN/KUL/DPS $2477CDN
 
$200 more from Toronto
Dates...fall 2017

stephem Jan 26, 17 3:11 pm

Wow, USD$1800. The segments to/from DPS are timed awfully for a narrow body. Ouch. What is the 777 seat like that PR uses, angle flat I think?

hirohito888 Jan 26, 17 3:45 pm

Also YVR-HKG for $2600 CAD, decent connection times and all widebodies. New 77W have 2-3-2 lie-flat, but not sure what routes they fly.

3-day min/3-month max stay.

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  NO STOPOVERS PERMITTED.
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  TICKETS MUST BE ISSUED ON/BEFORE 28FEB 17.

EmailKid Jan 26, 17 8:00 pm


Originally Posted by hirohito888 (Post 27822289)
Also YVR-HKG for $2600 CAD, decent connection times and all widebodies. New 77W have 2-3-2 lie-flat, but not sure what routes they fly.

Very tempting ..... especially if I could make a stopover in MNL to visit friends :)

Sadly no miles credited to speak of that I'm aware.

cheltzel Jan 26, 17 8:14 pm


Originally Posted by EmailKid (Post 27823020)
Very tempting ..... especially if I could make a stopover in MNL to visit friends :)

Sadly no miles credited to speak of that I'm aware.

Looks like only EY and NH

http://www.wheretocredit.com/philippine-airlines

A4K Jan 29, 17 9:00 pm

Looks like refund fees are reasonable too at $150CAD

I can't tell for sure if it is $150 per OW or $150 to refund the round trip though.

mahasamatman Jan 29, 17 9:33 pm


Originally Posted by stephem (Post 27822148)
What is the 777 seat like that PR uses, angle flat I think?

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/other...-so-cheap.html

oh_lol Jan 29, 17 9:41 pm


Originally Posted by stephem (Post 27822148)
Wow, USD$1800. The segments to/from DPS are timed awfully for a narrow body. Ouch. What is the 777 seat like that PR uses, angle flat I think?

I recall seeing that PR had started to use actual lie flat seats, but it's very hard to find much information about PR J.

cheltzel Jan 30, 17 10:02 am


Originally Posted by oh_lol (Post 27836882)
I recall seeing that PR had started to use actual lie flat seats, but it's very hard to find much information about PR J.

I found this trip report.

http://flight-report.com/en/report/7...MNL_London_LHR


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