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Thai Airways Set To Sell 3 Airbus A330s And A Flight Simulator

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As part of its ongoing restructuring efforts, Thai Airways has put three more widebody airplanes along with a flight simulator up for sale. The three Airbus A330 aircraft join a long list of widebodies that the carrier has already decided to get rid of as it looks to restructure its fleet following the pandemic. And now the A330s Like most airlines around the world, Thai Airways plans to rely more on modern fuel-efficient twin-engine airplanes. While the airline had already put several widebody… (simpleflying.com) More...

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CowboyLegend
Peet Pixel 1
Moldy planes don't fly as well as fresh ones.
imilburn
Ian Milburn 1
It would be good if the amounts already paid to creditors had included refunds in respect of flights cancelled due to the pandemic. Sixteen months after cancellation, all I can get from Thai Airways is an acknowledgement that a refund is due, and will be paid sometime in the future ..... unfortunately, because of their financial problems, they have court protection from legal action.
GeorgePepe
George Pepe 1
Cool. I want the flight sim.
EtienneDaniels
Etienne Daniels 1
While other airlines get rid of their triple 7, Thai decide to get rid of the A 330. Within Thai their are a 2 groups and most ex military flyboys are Boeing pilots. The company that helps them with reorganisation is American and worked for the USA defence. Only those pilots and cabin crew with connections kept their jobs. Ian, most airlines have problems paying back tickets, bet we get more than 15 airlines within a half hour of research. Thai Airways is all about politics after all.
EtienneDaniels
Etienne Daniels 1
By the way those A 340's are for sale many years already, they "sold" only 01 to their own air force.
pwahle2012
Patrick Wahle 1
One of the major problems is the storage of these aircrafts. Most of them have been parked at Suvarnabhumi et U-tapao airports in Thailand in high humidity environment. I was amazed while taxiing close to these aircrafts how much mildew was on their body, especially around the plastic wrapping taped to the windows, windshields and other parts of the aircraft. It would be interesting to see the inside condition as well as the cockpit and the electronics bays.

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