A new airport and a new facility will help Thai Airways Engineering expand its heavy maintenance capabilities.
Thai Airways International's engineering division plans to get into the Airbus A380 MRO market by offering heavy and line maintenance on the mammoth widebody at the New Bangkok International Airport (NBIA), according to Supachai Limpisvasti, managing director of Thai's technical department. The airline is building a hangar at NBIA that it says will accommodate three A380s at a time. The 2.8 billion baht (US$72 million) facility is expected to be completed in January. Thai Airways has ...
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