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Topic: Bangkok Airways To Lease MD90 And A320
Username: B742
Posted 2007-10-15 12:53:25 and read 3000 times.

The news was announced a few weeks back, but I don't think it has been discussed on a.net previously.

PG will lease a single MD90-30 from "Hello".

The aircraft is expect to be HB-JIE and will be leased from the 28th October 2007 to 21st March 2008. The aircraft is to be mainly used on the Bangok-Siem Reap and Bangkok-Phuket sectors.

-> The aircraft previously flew with SAS as SE-DMG.


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Edelweiss Air will also lease PG an aircraft, however an A320 instead. The A320 will be lease to PG over the winter season and will join 4 other Airbus in the Bangkok Airways fleet (3 A320/1 A319)

Unknown whether the aircraft will be HB-IHX, HB-IHY or HB-IHZ.


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Bangkok Airways still has six A319s on order to be delivered from March 2008 to November 2009 on lease from ILFC.
PG is also negotiating with Airbus to acquire A350WXBs. The airline also plans to lease A330s as a stop gap measure until the A350WXBs arrive.

All the best to PG, a trully great airline.

Rob!  wave 

Topic: RE: Bangkok Airways To Lease MD90 And A320
Username: Goldorak
Posted 2007-10-15 13:48:49 and read 2912 times.

Hi B742 !
I'll be flying PG BKK-Luang Prabang-BKK (ATR72) and BKK-REP-BKK (MD90 & A320) in january. May be the MD90 will be this one ?
Yes, PG is a great airline
Cheers
Goldorak  wave 

Topic: RE: Bangkok Airways To Lease MD90 And A320
Username: 717-200
Posted 2007-10-15 14:16:11 and read 2870 times.

Is Bangkok Airways getting rid of their 717's


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