World renown aerospace company, Boeing, joined hands with leasing company Aviation PLC to celebrate the delivery of Aviation PLC’s first Boeing airplane, which is the 777-300ER. This airplane will be leased to and used by Philippine airlines, the country’s national carrier. This is Philippine Airlines’ tenth 777-300ER.
Jaime Bautista, PAL president and Chief Operating Officer believes that the Boeing 777-300ER will fulfill the company’s long-haul operations. This goal is to help enhance every passenger’s travel experience along with in-flight service delivery. Philippine Airlines’ already have eight 777-300ERs in service on the West Coast, but the new units will now support other trans-pacific flights. Bautista also notes that the 777-300ER is the airlines flagship for their long-haul operations. The range of the airplane along with its operational capability will allows for PAL to compete with other carriers on the same route.
Jeff Chatfield, the executive chairman of Aviation PLC is delighted that their first twin aisle is a Boeing 777-300ER. Chatfield states that they have a strong belief that the 777 will support both their regional and single-aisle fleet, as well as support Aviation in their continuous expansion as a full-service commercial aircraft company.
Philippine Airlines delivered their 9th Boeing 777-300ER last month and will now use these airplanes mainly for routes from Manila to North America. PAL will fly the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft direct from Washington to Vancouver. The airplanes will then enter revenue service to Manila and Philippines.
Boeing and Philippine Airlines have been good partners for more than decades, and last month, Boeing had the special occasion of delivering their tenth 777-300ER. Dinesh Keskar, the senior vice president of Boeing’s Asian Pacific and India Sales. Keskar believes that the Boeing 777 is far beyond its competition, as it continuously provides great value to the airline. There is no better confirmation of this than Philippine Airlines belief in the new Boeing 777-300ER, as they have put the airplane into direct use by servicing it from Vancouver to Manila.
Boeing’s 777 is regarded as the world’s most successful twin engine, long haul airplane. The 777-300ER features the most powerful commercial jet engine in the world, the GE90-115B. The airplane can also seat over three hundred and eighty passengers within a 3-class configuration.
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