Your Phalaenopsis appears to be P. reichenbachiana .
In my opinion it is an exceptional example of this species. The labellum is wider than normally seen, as are the floral segments, and the bright yellow colour of the flowers is superb.
What one needs to do is allow for variation within a species. Just because the flowers of a plant are superior, to others we have seen, does not necessarily make it another species.
Is it possible that this example is from an area where P. reichenbachiana has not been collected before?
Remember that the evolution of species is constant, and that species are created and go extinct on a regular basis.
The Orchids of the Philippines
Times Editions, Singapore, 2001