Thai to retire theirs 744s, A380s and A330s
Yes, three will bite the dust…
Thai Airways, an airline who operates the A333, 744s and A380 will retire all of them.
Pre-Covid’s time, they had a fleet of nine 744s (one of them was stored in March 2020), they were to be retired in 2024.
The final member (HS-TGF) was marked as “stored” in December of 2020.
Pre-Sars-COV-2’s time, they had a fleet of six of them, they are very young (between 7,6 and 8,4 years)
They had a fleet of fifteen A330-300 Pre-Covid’s time with an average years of 10,2 years.
Some of them are very young, HS-TBG is just 7,9 years old.
All of these 15 A333s have been parked up almost one year ago, three of them are in deep storage in Bordeaux (LFBD)
These three aircraft will not return to the sky.
An Thai A350-941
All of these three aircraft are replaced by the 787s, the 773ER and the A350s (and the existing 772ER which are listed for sale). These aircraft are more modern, fuel-efficient.