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Philippine Airlines spending $80 M for Airbus reconfiguration

Philippine Airlines spending $80 M for Airbus reconfiguration

MANILA, Philippines – Philippine Airlines (PAL) is spending $80 million for the reconfiguration of eight Airbus A330 aircraft into a tri-class model with business, premium economy and economy sections to improve passenger service and achieve a four-star rating this year. PAL president and chief operating officer Jaime Bautista told reporters during the launch of the first reconfigured Airbus A330 the national carrier is spending $10 million for each aircraft, which is being converted to have 309 seats with business, premium economy and economy sections from 414 all economy seats previously.
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