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Philippine Airlines will buy seven planes from Canada's Bombardier as part of an effort to regain its dominance of the growing air travel market, the carrier said Tuesday. PAL said it sealed the deal for seven Q400 turboprops, worth $235 million at list prices, at the Paris Air Show. Upstart Cebu Pacific eventually overtook it to become the Philippines' largest carrier.
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