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High season

Best time to beat the crowds but there is an average 6% increase in price.
Most popular time to fly (3% more expensive on average)

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  • High season is considered to be July, August and September. The cheapest month to fly from the Philippines is November.
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Top airline flying to Puerto Rico

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from the Philippines to Puerto Rico? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to KAYAK reviews.
Japan AirlinesOverall score based on 1476 reviews
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It was an outstanding flight and service. The only thing is the seat cushion for economy could be a little more comfortable. More cushion.

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It was an outstanding flight and service. The only thing is the seat cushion for economy could be a little more comfortable. More cushion.

Although delayed leaving the crew were lovely, comfort of the seats was excellent. Cabin was a little too warm but overall the best economy flight we have taken

I didn’t get to make my flight due to some serious inconvenience ( got in a car crash o the way to the airport AND phone got stolen at the airport). I tried to check in online 24 hours in advance but they said it wouldn’t work online I had to do it in person. I got to the airport about 50 minutes before with my TSA pre, and they said they have up our seats on the flight already. Which was horrible. My sister and I missed spreading my grandfathers ashes in India with my family and was not able to celebrate his life. I spent a lot of my money on this and there nobody seems to be able to do anything. Just an all around horrible situation. I don’t think I will be using kayak and recommending to anyone if it is going to be like this.

Boarding was quick and efficient, and despite leaving a bit late we landed right on time. The crew were friendly and helpful. Seat was comfortable and sufficient too: 2-4-2 in economy is much better and more family-friendly than the cramped 3-3-3 formation used by other airlines. The only problem was that dinner was not served until 2+ hours into the 9 hour flight. This meant it was gone midnight destination time before the service was concluded and the cabin lights were turned off, leaving us only about 4 hours in which to sleep.

Movie dis not play smoothly. During play, it was interrupted several times, and could not RESUME where I was.

JAL has an excellent flight staff, even in economy we had a great flight

I requested a vegetarian meal, and somehow that wasn’t processed from Japan airlines to the new carrier American Airlines when it was on the ticket. Don’t know if that was KAYAK or Japan air or American Airlines. But the crew scrounge together something for me and that was very good. Also I think American has the tiniest seats in the industry. It’s kind of annoying but it got me from .8 point B and now I’m at point B on the final point at LAX. I had to leave the airport and then go back through security to catch my next plane. I’ve never had to do that before. It was very annoying.

I hope they never ran out of the menu choice one makes. They often do.

Other than needing a bit more content on the IFE, Japan Air Premium Economy is amazing! It includes lounge access, and other than not having lay flat seats, felt better than some business cabins I’ve been on.

Flight attendants did great job for the families who has toddlers. One of toddlers behind us was crying for 4 hours straight and they helped the parents very well. and flight meal was delicious

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