Thai Airways Cuts Airbus A340-600 Fleet

Airbus A340-600 of Thai Airways At Zurich Kloten Airport
Thai Airways officially retires its Airbus A340-600 fleet for all destinations per April 2015.

Previously, the national carrier of Thailand had operated about six Airbus A340-600s especially for long-haul flights or international routes. The carrier received first A340-600 in 2005 and the last delivery was in 2008.

There is no specific reason of retiring those A340-600's fleet but source person said that Airbus A340-600 will be sell soon.

Thai Airways has replaced A340-600 with other aircraft types in certain routes.

The last flights of A340-600 of Thai Airways were Frankfurt and Singapore to Bangkok and Zurich to Singapore.

At the moment, whole A340-600s fleet moved from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Utapao Airport.

Airbus A340-600 has the longest fuselage length ever among passengers jet aircraft.
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