Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) needs more new aircraft as part of its fleet modernization program to add to the 70-strong Airbus order in August. “Slowly, we are looking at different aircraft types,” PAL president Ramon S. Ang sai. PAL maintains and operates 42 aircraft comprising of five Boeing B747-400s and four B777-300ERs as well as four Airbus A340-300s, eight A330-300s, 17 A320-200s, and four A319-100s.
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