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PAL brings back ‘Love Bus’ is in the air

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Apr. 24, 19 | 10:01 am

For those who have not seen or rode the Philippine Airlines’ (PAL) Love Bus, worry no more as the airline has just brought it back.

A quick trip down memory lane: Forty years ago, the flag carrier unveiled the Love Bus logo (a kiss mark) on an Airbus A300B4, a wide-body plane designed for short to medium range routes. At that time, PAL used this unit in its prime routes.

PAL spokesperson Cielo Villaluna said they are celebrating a strong partnership with Airbus.

“The strong working relationship is now on its 40th year. When the first delivery by Airbus happened in 1979, the aircraft delivery was sealed with a ‘kiss mark’. We are doing exactly that 40 years later with the delivery of the Airbus A350 – which we consider outstanding in terms of engine capability, aircraft range as well as cabin design.” Villaluna said.

PAL’s fifth Airbus A350 has a Love Bus logo, and it arrived in Manila last February. PAL has dedicated the A350s for long-haul flights to New York, London and Toronto.

There were 236 passengers onboard at Love Bus first commercial flight.

The Airbus A350 has a 295-seating capacity (30 on business class, 24 on premium economy and 241 on regular economy).

The business class and premium economy sections are more spacious and offer a wider legroom.

“Our 6th A350 will be arriving soon and this will also carry the Love Bus theme,” Villaluna said.

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