Thai Airways will seek a delay in the delivery of six A330s scheduled to arrive between April and year end, having already received permission from Airbus to push back payments (ATWOnline, Jan. 7). "We want to negotiate for more time before the delivery. The more months we can delay, the easier it is for us to manage our expenses," acting Chairman Surachai Thansitpong told Bloomberg News. Thai will continue to use aircraft that were scheduled to be replaced by the new A330s. Meanwhile the ...

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