Thai Airways Board Approves Plan To Phase Out Older Aircraft

Thai Airways International has finalized the plan for the phase out of its older aircraft. The Star Alliance carrier says its board has approved the plan, which calls for the phase-out of four Boeing 747-400s in 2012-13; four Airbus A340-500s in 2012-13; six A340-600s in 2015-17; 13 A300-600s in...

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