Thai Airways will reportedly order 23 aircraft this year, in a move the airline has signaled for several months. The expected order total was revealed by the Thai transport minister, according to Reuters. This aligns with previous comments by Thai Airways executives to Aviation Daily that the airline wanted to order up to 30 aircraft, comprising narrowbody and widebody types. Any order will need to receive government approval. Thai said in October that for its widebody needs, it was ...

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