Royal Air Philippines recently launched flights last Sunday between the Northern part of Cagayan province to Macau utilizing its BAe Avro RJ1000 jet. The airline will initially operate commercial flights Cagayan North International Airport (CNIA), Lal-lo to Macau and vice versa twice a week. Domestic flights to Lal-lo from Clark is also scheduled twice a week.
Royal Air Philippines took delivery of another Airbus A319 last Saturday. This is the second A319 to be delivered to the airline. These aircraft were owned by Lanmei Airlines and sold to Royal Air. They will be used to compliment the existing fleet of BAe Avro RJ100 and shall be used for international destinations. Royal Air's current international destinations are Macau and Jeiyang.
New Philippine based carrier Royal Air took delivery of its very first Airbus A319 and plans to take in two more within the year. The airline will use this aircraft for the expansion of its Clark and Cebu hubs. The airline plans to have a total of 10 A319s within the next 6 years. The airline also operates three Avro RJ100s or the BAe-146-100 jets which they operate for regular and chartered flights.