What Happened To Thai Airways’ Boeing 737 Aircraft?

November 2, 2019


Thai Airways International concluded its Boeing 737 narrowbody operations in 2018, after its sole remaining B737-400 conducted its last scheduled service on 2 September 2018.

What happened to Thai Airways’ fleet of Boeing 737?

According to ch-aviation, Thai Airways operated a total of eleven B737-400s and five B737-200Adv.s over the years since 1977. The last revenue flight of HS-TDG (msn 26614) for Thai was as flight TG288 Koh Samui-Bangkok Suvarnabhumi. Currently, the airline has a fleet of 84 aircraft, including six Airbus A380s. It flies to 74 destinations and is a member of Star Alliance. 

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