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PAL 777s arrive early

written by australianaviation.com.au | February 18, 2010
photo - Boeing
photo - Boeing

Philippine Air Lines has announced that it is bringing forward its plans to introduce its 777-300ERs on its services from Manila to Melbourne and Sydney to February 20, one month ahead of schedule.

The 370-seat aircraft, which features lie-flat business class seats, will operate the daily services to Sydney and Melbourne until March 15, when there will be a schedule change coinciding with the launch of services to Brisbane. The new schedule will see the 777 fly five times a week from Sydney to Manila and three times a week from Melbourne, in addition to another two Melbourne services each week using an Airbus A330.

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