BANGKOK AIRWAYS plans by end 2022 to reduce fleet from 37 aircraft to 30 by returning five A320s to lessors and selling two ATR 72-500s. It expects to carry about 2.6m passengers in 2022, generating US$246m of pax revenues.

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