Thai AirAsia (TAA) intends to grow its fleet and network this year, as the carrier looks to capitalize on Thailand’s surging international tourist numbers. The carrier is the second-largest in the AirAsia group, behind only the parent Malaysia-based unit. TAA intends to add seven more Airbus A320s in 2018, after adding five in 2017. This will boost its fleet to 63 aircraft by year-end. TAA aims to open new routes in the Indian and Southeast Asian markets, while “maintaining its ...


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