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Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) will restart flights to Melbourne, Australia, this week after a three-year suspension despite a downturn in the global airlines industry, the airline said yesterday.
Airbus A330-300 aircraft will stop in Melbourne three times a week on its way to Sydney beginning today, the airline said in a statement.
PAL flew to Melbourne until 1998, when the Asian financial crisis forced the airline to cut back its routes.
PAL, Asia's oldest airline, is three years into a …