Thai Airways International has decided that its seven Airbus A330-300s on order will be powered by Rolls-Royce (R-R) engines. First deliveries of the A330s on order are set for next year and the carrier’s vice president of investor relations, Raj Tanta-nanta, confirms they will be powered by R-R engines. Most of Thai’s A330s use Pratt & Whitney engines, but it does have three A330-300s already that use R-R engines, according to Ascend data. The A330 order is part of a ...
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