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27-Feb-2012 12:52 PM

Thai Airways to cut 24 aircraft from fleet over two years, take delivery of 25 new aircraft

Thai Airways announced (24-Feb-2012) its fleet decommissioning plan for 2012/13. The carrier plans to receive 25 new aircraft over the period. The plan is as follows:

In 2012, decommissioning of 10 aircraft:

  • Two A300-600;
  • Four A340-500;
  • Two Boeing 747-400;
  • Two ATR 72 (leased to Nok Air).

In 2013, decommissioning of 14 aircraft:

  • Four A300-600;
  • Five 777-300ER (leased from Jet Airways);
  • Two 747-400;
  • One 737-400 (leased to Nok Air);
  • Two ATR 72 (leased to Nok Air). [more – original PR]

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