Thai Airways to retire flagship long-haul fleet, including A380s and 747s
As the pandemic continues raging, the recovery in international long-haul travel could still be years away. With many countries closed, airlines don’t currently need an extensive fleet of wide-body jets to carry passengers across oceans and continents. Though many carriers have temporarily parked their biggest planes, others are making more drastic long-term plans. The latest move …
Thai Airways to retire flagship long-haul fleet, bid farewell to first class

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