Philippine Airlines' new A350 (Photo: Philippine Airlines)

Philippine Airlines Continues A340 Fleet Replacement with Second A350 Delivery

A second A350-900 for Philippine Airlines (PAL) will land in Manila on Wednesday, less than one month after the airline took delivery of its first of the aircraft type on July 17. With three more A350s still on order, this aircraft will serve as a replacement for the airline’s aging A340-300 fleet. The Manila-based carrier has configured its newest Airbus flagship to feature 295 seats in total. Business class features 30 seats in a 1-2-1 configuration. Every passenger will have…

JetBlue Rapidly Modernizes Following Long Stagnation

Earlier this month, JetBlue unveiled the new cabin interior to be retrofitted on all of its current Airbus A320 fleet. However, while this news was welcomed sight for many frequent JetBlue travelers, as the airline hasn’t updated the interior of its A320 aircraft since receiving its first one in 2000,…