While massive orders for narrowbody aircraft often dominate headlines in the Asia-Pacific airline industry, some of the region’s major legacy carriers are considering new widebody orders as they position themselves to replace aging fleet types. The potential orders under discussion are significant for Boeing and Airbus and their respective twin-aisle aircraft programs. Among the Asian carriers assessing widebody replacement orders are Thai Airways, Malaysia Airlines and Korean Air, ...

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