First to be replaced will be their fleet of twenty A300-600R's, followed by their 777's, 737's and older A330's. The airline has ordered A380s to replace at least part of their 747 fleet.
Thai Airways International is drawing up a new business plan that should include proposals for the replacement of dozens of older aircraft in its fleet.
At a recent board meeting directors tasked management with drawing up a 10-year corporate plan covering the 2008-2017 period. The plan will be presented to the board in August.
This should be an interesting order in my opinion, considering the range of aircraft to be replaced.