Thai Airways International ordered four Airbus A350-900s and five A320s and will also lease eight A350-900s and six A320s.
A320. Photo: Courtesy, Airbus Thai Airways International ordered four Airbus A350-900s and five A320s and will also lease eight A350-900s and six A320s. The airline will receive its first A350-900 in 2016 and the first A320 next year. Thai is also planning to acquire six Boeing 777-300ERs and lease eight 787s. The orders and leases are made possible by an agreement struck earlier this year with the Thai government to allow the airline the right to decide how it acquires aircraft ...
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