Orient Thai Airlines and its low-cost subsidiary One-Two-Go Airlines are to undergo a $2.5 billion fleet revamp, according to a statement by founder and CEO Udom Tantiprasongchai cited in press reports from Bangkok. The airline group intends to buy eight 787-9s and 12 737-900ERs. It now operates a fleet of 18 aircraft comprising 747-200s and MD-80s. OTA has been cited by Korean and Japanese authorities on safety issues and one of its MD-80s crashed in Phuket in September, killing 89 ...

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