Philippine Airlines’ new Inflight Entertainment System


Internet connection while on flight?  How about being able to call your relatives or friends while on the plane telling them of your pending arrival? Or better yet, streamlining of your favorite movies right on your mobile device, laptop or tablet?

It’s totally happening with PAL’s new inflight entertainment system, which I personally got to learn and experience last Friday.  My good friend who works in Philippine Airlines invited us to the launch of PAL’s new inflight entertainment system.  Aside from the cocktails, raffles for a free ticket (unfortunately, I didn’t win any..sob!), and freebies, we also got to see our own rock icon, Bamboo, in live performance.  There was also a mock up airline cabin, which guests were free to check out while learning about how to use the inflight entertainment system.

PAL’s inflight entertainment system is composed of the myPAL Wifi (inflight internet surfing), myPAL Mobile (inflight roaming), and myPAL Player (inflight streaming). To be able to use these services, you have to download the app called “myPal Player” into your mobile devices.  It’s available for both Android and Apple devices. Currently, it’s only available for international flights.

Below are some of the photos from the event last Friday held in Greenbelt.

Unveiling of the mock up airline cabin
Hello Bamboo!
Bamboo posing with the PAL President and executives


Some of the FAs explaining the myPAL mobile inside the mock up cabin



Happy with freebies

To learn more about PAL’s inflight entertainment system, visit their website or click here.

Until your next PAL flight!


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