With continuing political unrest in Thailand adversely affecting the tourism and aviation industries, and poor results released earlier this week, AirAsia is likely to push back delivery of new Airbus aircraft for its Thai AirAsiaX (TAX) operation. Conjecture is that financial and political pressures could jeopardize the delivery of the carrier’s seven extra Airbus A330s due for delivery later this year. However, an AirAsiaX representative tells Aviation Week that “as of today” the group ...
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