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Philippine Airlines to deploy Boeing 777-300 ER for London, US flights

Philippine Airlines to deploy Boeing 777-300 ER for London, US flights

MANILA, Philippines – PAL is set to deploy two Boeing 777-300 ER units slated for delivery in December on flights to London in the United Kingdom and to the US. “The Boeing aircraft will serve the Manila – London route, a move designed to primarily enhance the total passenger travel experience and inflight service delivery.
While we already have eight B777 serving the West Coast, the incoming units will also augment other Trans-Pacific flights,” Philippine Airlines (PAL) president and chief operating officer Jaime Bautista said in a statement yesterday. Boeing 777 is PAL’s flagship aircraft for long-haul operations.
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