PAL returns to profit but outlook is murky while US FAA category 2 restrictions remain

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Philippine Airlines (PAL) returned to the black in FY2011 as the flag carrier posted its first profit since exiting receivership in 2007. But PAL still has significant challenges to overcome, including intensifying competition in its local market and continued restrictions on expanding or improving the product of its US operation.

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