Philippine Airlines is planning to relaunch European services after a 15-year break now that it has been removed from the European Union (EU) blacklist. All carriers from the Philippines were banned from European airspace in 2010, but on Wednesday the European Commission announced Philippine Airlines has been cleared to resume services to the EU. Philippine Airlines president and COO Ramon Ang described the blacklisting as a “significant concern” that has been ...

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