BAe 146

Airlines in Philippines

Airlines in Philippines; Philippine Airlines, of course is the largest airline in Philippines. Philippine Airlines is the flag carrier and the leading airline of Philippines. Philippine Airlines (PAL) has a brand PAL Express, PAL express operates domestic and regional flights. Air Swift is another Filipino airline company, Cebu Pacific is a low-cost airline company in Philippines. There are many different airline companies in Philippines. Find out Philippines airlines. We have 9 Philippines airlines in our list. You can find brief information about Philippines airlines, You can see logos of Philippines airlines and you can go Philippines airlines' websites via our internal links. Here is the list of Philippines airlines; Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Air SWIFT, SkyJet, Philippines AirAsia, PAL Express, Cebgo, Pan Pacific Airlines, Sunlight Air, Royal Air Philippines. Filipino Pan Pacific Airlines is a regional airline in the Philippines. Filipino Low-cost Cebgo is the regional brand of Cebu Pacific. PAL Express is a low-cost airline. PAL Express operates a fleet of Airbus and Canadian Bombardier Dash-8 aircraft. Philippines AirAsia is a low-cost airline. Philippines AirAsia is a parent company of Malaysian low-cost airline AirAsia. Filipino Sunlight Air is a domestic boutique airline in the Philippines. Filipino Royal Air Philippines is a low-cost airline in the Philippines.

BAe 146 - British Aerospace (BAe)

The renewal of the BAe 146 family began in 1996. New, more powerful and more economical engines were installed. Thus the plane continued to be manufactured under the name Avro RJ; RJ70, RJ85 and RJ100 being the new designations of the previous models 100, 200 and 300. The BAe 146-100 conducted its maiden flight on 3 September 1981. The base version was designed to carry 94 persons with a high density layout. Simultaneously with model 100, the stretched model 200 was developed, designed for 112 passengers. The BAe 146-200 had its first outing on 1 April 1982. Commercial operation of the BAe 146 started at the end of 1983. Subsequently an even larger model 300 was created, designed for 128 passengers.