Philippine Airlines (PAL) said it wants to add the longer-range version of the Airbus A321neo to its fleet, and is also considering ordering A350s for its long-haul routes. PAL President Jaime Bautista recently told local media he was interested in converting some of the airline’s 30 A321neo orders to A321LRs. The carrier confirmed to Aviation Daily that this is indeed PAL’s plan. The A321LR program was unveiled by Airbus in January, and the aircraft is expected to enter service ...


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