Philippine Airlines Looks To Return Leased Aircraft

Credit: Airbus / A. Doumenjou
As part of restructuring plans, Philippine Airlines (PAL) is reportedly in discussions with lessors to return at least six of its widebody aircraft. In an interview between PAL president Gilbert Santa Maria and CNN Philippines, the executive said the flag-carrier is looking to reduce its fleet size...

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