Philippine Airlines (PAL) on Monday said its two remaining Boeing B747-400s jumbo jets are scheduled to fly to “airplane bone yards” in dry deserts in Arizona. It added that the two B747s will be sold to a US company that will convert the planes to scrap metal. PAL’s last B747-400 flight arrival, PR105, with registry number RP-C7473 and carrying 285 passengers and 18 crew on board and piloted by Capt. Andre de Jesus, landed at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 2 on Monday at 4:38 a.m. This jumbo jet started flying in 1979 and became the flag-carrier’s new flagship as it offered 16 “sky beds” that were paired with first-class seats on the upper deck. This feature made PAL a popular choice for long-haul flights.