Philippine Airlines (PAL) has taken delivery of its first dual-class, 86-seat Bombardier Q400 in Toronto, Canada. PAL president and COO Jaime Bautista said the new Q400 aircraft “will enable Philippine Airlines to increase its competitiveness and set a new standard for turboprops in the region.” The aircraft is scheduled to enter into service in two weeks. This Q400 is part of PAL purchase agreement announced Dec. 8, 2016—which included a firm order for five Q400 ...

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