Thai Airways has confirmed that it plans to order 23 additional aircraft, although it still has to gain government approvals. These aircraft are included in the carrier’s 2018-2022 acquisition plan, said Usanee Sangsingkeo, Thai’s acting president. They would replace aircraft that are over 20 years old and that are intended to be retired in accordance with Thai’s transformation plan. The carrier’s plans have been approved by the Ministry of Transport, and will next ...

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