Potential Philippine Airlines Boeing 777X

| June 12, 2019

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Philippine Airlines is in discussions with Boeing to acquire two new Boeing 777X aircraft. Boeing is reported to be pushing the 777X as a replacement for two of Philippine Airlines’ older 777-300ER aircraft. This would be welcome news for Boeing after it now seems like their 777X program will be delayed.

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