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23
Apr

PAL retires 20 planes as it transforms into Asia’s airline of choice

on Wednesday, 23 April 2014 00:52.

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By Lawrence Agcaoili | The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines - National flag carrier Philippine Airlines Inc. (PAL), jointly owned by taipan Lucio Tan and diversified conglomerate San Miguel Corp. (SMC), has retired 20 aging aircraft as part of efforts to transform the company into “Asia ’s airline of choice.”

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23
Apr

NAIA: The continuing insult to Ninoy Aquino

on Wednesday, 23 April 2014 00:49.

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By Cito Beltran | The Philippine Star

Filipinos celebrate their defeats, commemorate executions and assassinations with holidays and fiestas, and build shrines and monuments to their heroes only to turn them into dumps and symbols of the Filipino’s inability to sustain and maintain what should be a place of reverence and honor.

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22
Apr

CebuPac to fly to New Zealand

on Tuesday, 22 April 2014 00:40.

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By Lawrence Agcaoili | The Philippine Star

cebupacificBudget airline Cebu Air Inc. (Cebu Pacific) is seeking the green light from the government to fly to New Zealand.

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23
Apr

PAL sees higher profit with younger fleet

on Wednesday, 23 April 2014 00:47.

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Manila Bulletin

rsaFlag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) expects earnings to rise as costs are seen going down with its ongoing multi-billion modernization program to own one Asia’s youngest fleet in 3.5 years.

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22
Apr

PAL expects to post a profit in ’15 on refleeting, savings

on Tuesday, 22 April 2014 00:37.

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By Miguel R. Camus | Philippine Daily Inquirer

Philippine Airlines is poised to return to profitability next year, president Ramon S. Ang said, as the flag carrier expands into more profitable routes and books savings from newer, more efficient planes.