Philippine Airlines initiates induction of Airbus A321s - TravelHouseUK

Philippine Airlines obtains the first of its 44 Airbus A321s ordered last year. The narrow body airliners will take over slots left by its retired Boeing 737s.
LONDON - Sept. 3, 2013 - PRLog -- TravelhouseUK has kept its passenger base up to date with the latest developments of its registered air carriers in order to avail the best of in-flight experiences. Aerospace Manufacturing and Design has reported that Philippine Airlines has received its very first of the new Airbus A321s which are to be utilized as its single aisle regional airliners.

    The new additions will highlight the air operator to be booked with when reaching the Asian destination network via Manila from the UK. The A321s will provide avenues for new routes and greater number of destinations to be introduced domestically within the Philippines.

    TravelhouseUK is registered with major international air carriers to provide information and booking with the lowest airfare rates for its clients based in the UK. The agency is also registered with Philippine Airlines, with flights to Philippines taking off from London’s Heathrow Airport.

  The first Airbus A321 was handed over to Philippine Airlines at the Airbus facility in Hamburg, Germany on the 6th of August. Philippine Airlines will be inducting a total of 44 Airbus A321s and 20 Airbus A330s. The A330s will be utilized for long haul flights dedicated towards the European market, while the A321s will be centred within the regional circle of Asia as well as major domestic flights.

   The Airbus A321 has been designed in line of the evolving demand of single aisle aircraft being utilized for long haul operations. The airliner is the largest variant hailing from the Airbus A320 family, with major alterations based upon a stretched fuselage. The elongated structure accommodates greater seating capacity without compromising cabin spacing for passenger comfort. The A321 incorporates the same twin engine support along with sharklets attached on its wing tips. It has a seating capacity of 199 passengers, segregated between 12 seats in business and 187 seats in economy classes accordingly.

    Philippine Airlines has its hub of operations based At Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, and serves as the flag carrier of Philippines. The Air carrier functions for the entire domestic network to have intercontinental access ranging over Oceania, North America, as well as regional access across Asia. It mostly operates Airbus airliners, with the narrow body Airbus A320 family being inducted to replace Boeing 737s.
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