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Thursday, July 10, 2014

Philippines plans for BNE announced

PAL Expands Down Under
Downgrades Equipment to Boeing 757

Philippine Airlines will expand its Australia Network by expanding services to Sydney, Melbourne, Darwin and Brisbane effective from October says its President.

PAL President and COO Ramon S. Ang said yesterday that it will also open back Perth to its route network.

The airline will fly daily direct services to Sydney, Melbourne, and Darwin while Brisbane and Perth will see three and four flights operating direct from Manila respectively while other flights operate via Darwin. Perth will be relaunched on the 27 of October.

The airline will operate a fleet of five Boeing 757-200 for this route leased from Boeing Capital Corporation until 2016 where it will be replaced by Airbus A321 NEO's.

PAL is also finalizing plan to launch services to Auckland via intermediate points in Australia.