LCC Thai VietJet Air has welcomed its first Airbus A321, at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport. The three-year-old aircraft was transferred from parent airline Vietnam’s VietJet Air, on Sept. 18 and is configured in a 230-seat, single-class cabin. Thai VietJet Air began operations in March 2015 and flies five former VietJet Air A320s.  The airline told ATW that by 2021 the fleet would reach a combination of 30 A320 and A321 aircraft, some of which will be neos. The ...

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