Philippine Airlines phases out A340s, more A340 retirements likely as fuel prices increase - CAPA - Centre for Aviation
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A340 fleet: last Asian operator, Philippine Airlines, bows out - CAPA - Centre for Aviation
Philippine Airlines (PAL) has become the latest airline to phase out A340s, operating its last A340-300 scheduled flight at the end of Sep-2018 without fanfare. PAL accelerated the retirement of its last four A340-300s, a sensible decision given the ...
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