UK leisure carrier Thomson Airways will take delivery of two further Boeing 787s and 47 new 737 MAX aircraft by 2020 as part of its “five-year vision to change the face of holiday flying,” the airline said. This will give Thomson Airways an average fleet age of five years. The Dreamliner aircraft will increase long-haul capacity, and new destinations will include the only direct flight from the UK to Costa Rica in November 2015, with expanded operations in the Eastern Caribbean ...

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