Thai Aims To Streamline Fleet
Thai Airways plans to reduce the number and types of its aircraft fleet as part of a broader restructuring effort. According to a briefing presentation, the carrier will cut its fleet to fewer than 90 aircraft, from the current 102. Instead of having nine aircraft families and 11 different types, it...
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