May 10, 2013
Philippine Airlines (PAL) on Thursday said they will enter into a code-sharing agreement with Cambodia Airlines in almost all destinations it will fly into.
During the sidelines of the Ginebra San Miguel Inc stockholders' meeting, PAL President Ramon S. Ang said that the flag carrier will provide the planes for the airline consisting of Bombardier turboprops and Airbus jets.
Cambodia Airlines will operate a mix fleet of Bombardier Q400 turboprops, Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft for domestic and regional destinations, with PAL redeploying some of its aircraft.
Ang stated that Cambodia Airlines is projected to have 16-22 aircraft in two years, with 20 aircraft costing $1.5 billion.