Thai Airways International is seriously evaluating the Airbus A380 for use on high-traffic routes currently operated by Boeing 747-400s, President Kanok Abhiradee said. There are plans for the aircraft to operate the Australia-Bangkok-London and Australia-Bangkok-Frankfurt routes. Kanok noted the carrier must acquire the A380 to take advantage of the aircraft's capacity; however, he would not say how many aircraft would be ordered, only that the super jumbo would replace the Boeing ...

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