PAL Group Operating Fleet


Boeing 777-300ER 

The 777-300ER is the world's largest long-range twin-engine jetliner, powered by the largest and most powerful commercial jet engine.  The 777-300ER provides exceptional fuel economy, efficiency, reliability and high levels of cabin comfort for its passengers, combined with unmatched levels of payload and range. 

Power      2 GE90-115BL 
Speed      482 knots/ 555 mph 
Capacity  370 Passengers (2-class layout) and 28 tons Cargo 
Number    6




Boeing 747-400

The B747-400 is the best-selling model of the 747 family. Its popularity is based on its unbeatable low seat-mile cost, flexibility, long range dominance, unmatched comfort options and ability to integrate new technology. 

     4 CF6-80C2B1F 
Speed     488 knots / 562 mph 
Capacity  391 / 425 Passengers (2-class layout) and 24 tons Cargo 
Number   2





Airbus A340-300

The A340 is the long-range version of A330, The main difference being that it is equipped with four engines, which allow unrestricted operations on long-haul routes. 

     4 CFM56-5C4 
Speed     480 knots/ 553 mph 
Capacity  264/254/294 Passengers
Number   8





Airbus A330-300

The A330 is part of the A330/A340 Family of fly-by-wire widebody aircraft. It is optimized for regional routes and most cost effective twin-aisle airliner ever built. 

     2 CF6-80E1A2 /Trent 772B-60
Speed     480 knots / 553 mph 
Capacity  302/414 Passengers 
Number    12




Airbus A320-200  

The A320 is the founding member of the A320 family, the world's first fly-by-wire jetliner family. The wide, comfortable cabin makes the aircraft popular with passengers and crew alike. 

     2 CFM-56-5B 
Speed     458 knots / 528 mph 
Capacity  150/156 Passengers (2-class layout) and 7 tons Cargo 
Number   23




Airbus A321-231  

The Airbus A321-231 is the most efficient single-aisle jetliner ever built. Its stretched fuselage – measuring 146 feet or 23 feet longer than the A320 – makes the A321 the longest and widest (12 feet, 1 inch) among all single-aisle aircraft. It can accommodate more seats and cargo, providing enhanced passenger comfort. PAL ordered a total of 45 A321s, gradually replacing the A320s to comprise the short-range fleet. 

     2 IAE V2533-A5 
Speed     458 knots/528 mph 
Capacity  199 Passengers (2-class layout) and 12 tons Cargo 
Number   8




Airbus 319-100 

The A319 is part of the A320 family. The major difference between the A320 and A319 is that the latter is shorter by seven fuselage frames, while in almost all other respects the A319 and A320 are identical. 

Speed     503 knots/579 mph 
Capacity  134 (2 class layout) and 6.7 tons cargo 
Number   1



Q300/ DHC8-300

The Dash 8 Q300, fitted with Bombardier noise and vibration suppression system, is known for its quiet operational noise levels.  The aircraft has larger fuselage and added wingtips and has more powerful engines compared to the Bombardier Q200 airliner.

Speed     283 knots/316 mph 
Capacity  56 passengers and 998 kilograms Cargo
Number   4



Q400/ DHC8-400

The Q400, considered a technologically advanced turboprop airliner, provides the flexibility needed to fly longer sectors.  Its ability to climb as well as a comparable jet allows the Q400 to reach its optimum cruise altitude sooner in order to take full advantage of its high speed capabilities.

Speed     360 knots/414 mph 
Capacity  76 passengers and 1410 kilograms Cargo
Number   5


*combined total PR,2P fleet : 69