Malaysia-based AirAsia’s Thai affiliate intends to grow its fleet and international network in the second half of this year, taking advantage of continued strong financial results. Thai AirAsia (TAA) expects to receive its first two A320neos by the end of this year, which will boost its Airbus narrowbody aircraft fleet to 51. The carrier added two A320ceos in the second quarter. TAA is a joint venture predominantly owned by Thai-based Asia Aviation (AAV). The A320neos will ...

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