Thai Airways International’s board will decide in the coming months on the airline’s future fleet. By year-end, the board will decide on an order for about 30 aircraft to be delivered in the period 2015-2020, says Thai VP-Investor Relations Raj Tanta-nanta. The carrier currently has 88 aircraft, but the fleet size will be 90-100 in 2020, says Tanta-nanta, adding that Thai will be phasing out its Airbus A300s, older Airbus A330s, Boeing 737-400s and older Boeing 747-400s. The ...

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