SEAir A319 Economy

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    Manila’s ‘old’ Domestic Terminal is now known as T4 at NAIA and is small compared to T1, T2 or T3. However that is part of its attractiveness as there are no security lines. Checkin was fairly slow as SEAir uses a manual system. Boarding was first come, first served: we departed three minutes early and with pretty efficient taxiing were at CEB 11 minutes early. Flight attendants did a food and drink (pay system) and rubbish collection run and were pleasant. There were 143 passengers on board. I did not have any luggage in the hold.

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