Philippine Airlines and TAL Aviation to expand into the Russian market, PAL brings the A321neo to Brisbane

Philippine Airlines has made this announcement. The company is continuing on its journey of innovations, adding new aircraft to its fleet, new routes and increased connectivity to its route network and TAL Aviation is proud to be part of this journey.   As the airline’s representative in Russia, TAL Aviation’s team will be working on expanding the airline’s activities in the market and placing it as the preferred carrier to the Philippines.

On July 2, 2018, the airline’s Airbus A321neo took its maiden voyage to Brisbane, Australia where it will be operating 4 weekly flights.   The 168-seater modern aircraft – with 12 full-flat seats in Business Class and 156 seats in Economy Class – has TV monitors on all seats, free wifi connection and myPAL eSuite to access more inflight entertainment choices.

Photo Above: Philippine Airlines’ Airbus A321neo took its maiden voyage to Brisbane, Australia. Ceremonies at the NAIA Terminal 2 in Manila (July 2) marking the start of PAL A321neo operations and the start of the fourth weekly frequency to Brisbane were led by PAL President and COO Jaime J. Bautista, PAL SVP for Operations Isamel Augusto Gozon Nicky, PAL VP – Revenue Management Dina May Flores, PAL VP- Marketing Ria Domingo, PAL VP – Inflight Services Salvador Britanico with Australian Envoy to the Philippines Amanda Gorely.
The 168-seater modern aircraft – with 12 full-flat seats on business and 156 seats on economy – has TV monitors on all seats, free WiFi connection and myPAL eSuite to access more inflight entertainment choices. For delivery are six A321 NEOs until 2019; the first two units arrived in May and June 2018.

 

The introduction of new destinations in Europe and the US mainland is also amongst Philippine Airlines’ (PAL) plans.  A total of 6 A321neos are expected for delivery until 2019.   

All photos by PAL.

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