Philippine Airlines (PAL) is considering either Airbus A350 or Boeing 787 aircraft to replace its aging A340 fleet. “We are in the process of preparing a long-term fleet plan for PAL,” CEO Jaime Bautista said. “We have finalized our domestic and regional [plan], but for long haul we have yet to finalize our plan.” The Philippine flag carrier currently has both Airbus and Boeing widebody long-haul aircraft in service. It has 15 A330s and six 777s, which operate on ...

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