Pasay - Philippine Airlines (PAL) received its third Airbus A350-900 this week. The aircraft registered RP-C3504 landed at Ninoy-Aquino International Airport in Manila on Monday, September 17.
The A350-900, equipped with Trent XWB engines, can accommodate up to 295 passengers (30 seats in Business class, 24 seats in Premium class and 241 seats in Economy class).
This aircraft joined two A350-900 in the fleet, which entered into service respectively in June and July this year. The flag carrier of Philippine now operates a fleet of 69 aircraft including 10 A320s, 27 Airbus A321s, 15 A330s, five A340s, and 10 Boeing B777-300s.
Philippine Airlines serves 31domestic destinations and 41 international destinations in Southeast Asia, East Asia, Middle East, Oceania, North America, and Europe.