Thai Airways is assessing whether it needs to adjust its fleet upgrade plans, with the latest review expected to be completed by year-end. The carrier had submitted its plan for new aircraft orders to the appropriate government ministries and cabinet for approval. However, Thai has withdrawn the plan, so it can be reviewed before being resubmitted to the government, the airline said. This move was prompted by senior government officials. The review also allows Thai’s new leaders to ...

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