Thai Airways delays widebody retirements to ease capacity issues

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Thai Airways is postponing retiring some of its oldest widebody aircraft to cover delays in its fleet acquisition plans and a capacity crunch caused by Boeing 787 groundings for unschedued engine maintenance . The Thailand flag carrier had planned to retire its remaining Boeing 747-400s over the...

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