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THAI to auction off 34 aging aircraft

 

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Financially-strapped Thai Airways International is to auction off 34 aircraft, with an average age of about 20 years, to anyone who is interested.

 

The aircraft include the Airbus A340-500 and A340-600, which were bought during the tenure of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra for service on the non-stop route between Thailand and the United States, which proved to be a financial flop, resulting in about seven billion baht in operational losses.

 

There are also two Boeing B737-400 aircraft, built in 1992-1993, three Airbus A340-500 planes, built in 2005-2007, six Airbus A340-600, built in 2005-2008, ten Boeing B747-400s, built in 1993-2003, six Boeing B777-200, built in 1996-1998 and six Boeing B777-300, built in 1998-2000.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/thai-to-auction-off-34-aging-aircraft/

 

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Wonder if the people they have leased them from know about it

£50 quid the lot providing the duty free is still stocked 🤔

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2 hours ago, Montnoveau said:

Good luck, nobody else wants them either.

Old A340s and B747s are history. Scrap value only.

Possibly a few of the rest can be converted to freighters.

 

 

Wait a minute, they can he used to make more Handbags, some dresses from the curtains and of course a nice theater can buy the seats for inside the viewing room.....

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40 minutes ago, quake said:
2 hours ago, sammieuk1 said:

£50 quid the lot providing the duty free is still stocked 🤔

Cheapskate, I will make it 100 quid. 

but need a couple of them small uniforms.

I got an idea for a movie.  :smile:

 

you both forgot the 300 % duty rate. 

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