Privately owned Thai carrier Bangkok Airways plans to launch new services using two leased Airbus A320s that are scheduled to be delivered in October-November. The new services include a daily nonstop flight linking Bangkok to Vientiane beginning Dec. 1, Senior VP-Network Management Peter Wiesner tells Aviation Week. These aircraft will join a fleet that according to Aviation Week Intelligence Network already comprises eight leased ATRs, eight leased A319s and three leased A320s. ...

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