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- 1. Philippine Airlines to Enhance IFE with SITAOnAir
AeroMod International is installing SITAOnAir wireless inflight entertainment (IFE) services on select Philippine Airlines aircraft. AeroMod commenced installation of the SITAOnAir wireless IFE system on Philippine Airlines’ Airbus A321 fleet in July. Under the program, Philippine Airlines will have one wireless IFE-installed aircraft returned to service every day.
- 2. Philippine Airlines and Travelport sign Global Marketing Agreement
Philippine Airlines and Travelport sign Global Marketing Agreement. Philippine Airlines and Travelport have signed a three year global marketing agreement that enables Galileo, Apollo and Worldspan connected travel agents to access automated market fares and take advantage of additional functionality until the end of 2011.
- 3. Philippine Airlines Finalises Order for 5 Q400 Aircraft
Bombardier has finalized a firm purchase agreement with Philippine Airlines for five Q400 aircraft with purchase rights on an additional seven. Based on the list price of the Q400 aircraft, the firm order is valued at approximately US$165 million and could increase to US$401 million, should Philippine Airlines exercise all its purchase rights.
- 4. Philippine Airlines Partners OnAir to Offer Inflight GSM and Wi-Fi
Philippine Airlines (PAL) has partnered OnAir to offer its passengers both GSM and Wi-Fi internet. PAL customers will soon be able to call, text, tweet, email and surf the internet as they fly across Philippine Airlines’ extensive network in Asia Pacific, Australasia and the US.
- 5. Philippine Airlines orders Boeing 777-300ERs
Philippine Airlines orders Boeing 777-300ERs. Philippine Airlines, the national flag carrier of the Philippines, mounted its first flight March 15, 1941 and has been operating longer than any other airline in Asia. It has a modern fleet and a route network that spans 24 foreign cities and 18 domestic destinations.
- 6. Philippine Airlines increases Boeing order
Philippine Airlines increases Boeing order. Philippine Airlines has increased its fleet plans for Boeing 777-300ERs to a total of six airplanes with a new order for two of the popular twinjets. The order is an exercise of purchase rights disclosed in March when PAL placed an order for two 777-300ERs.
- 7. Abacus Launches Branded Fares with Philippine Airlines
Abacus Branded Fares with Philippine Airlines are now accessible at over 20,000 travel agency outlets across Asia Pacific. The new fare families for budget, regular, premium economy and business class travel provide agents with fresh merchandising and upselling opportunities on the Philippine Airlines’ domestic network.
- 8. Philippine Airlines Speeds Up Recovery
Philippine Airlines Speeds Up Recovery. Boosted by sustained healthy profits, Philippine Airlines will exit receivership much sooner than its original year-end target, even as it explores new capitalization sources, the flag carrier’s parent company PAL Holdings, Inc. claimed on Monday. PAL now expects to move out of receivership in October, its president Jaime J. Bautista said fol
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