Bangkok Airways continues fleet modernisation programme to maintain five-year fleet age policy
Bangkok Airways took delivery of five new aircraft in Feb-2009, including four A319s (three configured in a two class configuration with 12 business and 108 economy seats and one in an all-economy configuration with 138 seats) and one ATR72 turboprop. [654 words]
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- To maintain its fleet network, after Bangkok-Macau elimination
- To codeshare with Etihad Airways
- Reduces fuel surcharge
Graphs and data:
- Bangkok Airways current fleet and average fleet age
- Bangkok Airways capacity share by international market (seats per week as % of total)
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