Thai Airways A380 Breaks Cover

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Thai Airways |International will become the ninth A380 operator this year and the second new A380 operator in 2012 when it receives its first aircraft of the type.

Airbus has just released these photos of the aircraft emerging from receiving its Thai Airways paitn job in Hamburg.  


 

 

 

(Photos: Airbus)

The aircraft, the first of six the airline has on order, is to be handed over in the third quarter from Toulouse.

The next new customers for the A380 are  Qatar Airways and British Airways, both set to receive their aircraft in 2013.

 

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