By: AirTravellerPH Staff
Royal Air in the Philippines has moved from a BAe Avro RJ100 to an Airbus A320 family operator. The airline has recently received its very first Airbus A320-200, which is leased from Minsheng Financial Leasing. The A320 used to belong to Lanmei Airlines of Cambodia before being moved to Royal Air. The aircraft has an age of 14.4.
Presently, Royal Air now operates two Airbus A319-100s and one A320, including this new aircraft. It will be flown today from Manila to Sihanoulville International Airport, Cambodia. The airline now flies to 10 destinations and 11 routes from its hubs in Clark and Cebu.