That is a lovely Phal Jolana.
Basically it is a matter of preference whether you repot now or not. So far I find Phals will pout a bit, but I risk repotting even when in bloom, since I want to see the actual condition of the roots below. And those roots looking so tightly packed there, to me it feels so constricting. Phal roots are thicker and loves to go dry before next watering, so air circulation at the root zone level is important. I have often found some growers putting sphagnum moss at the center while the outlining side are with bark mix, so later the plant dwindles and suffer, because the center part is still too wet.
If you are not comfortable yet repotting, you can try putting extra slits on the side of that clear container. More slits for better air around the roots. I love Phals, their blooms lasts for several months.