It may be difficult to make it through long hours of traveling with painful muscles screaming out for relief. If you get a massage a few days before beginning your travels (or even at the airport prior to your flight) your muscles will loosen up and therefore experience less tension.

Massage can help combat jet lag by alleviating fluid retention. Massage releases endorphins that calm the peripheral nervous system. If you have chronic low back pain, working through that tightness can make a big difference in how a long-haul flight goes for you.

Passengers who have history of circulatory related problems such as DVT (deep vein thrombosis) should not go for leg massage or if there are signs of swelling on the feet.

The Wings Massage rates:​

  • Massage for 60 minutes is offered at P675
  • Massage for 45 minutes is offered at P550
  • Massage for 30 minutes is offered at P350