|Quoting nrt1011 (Thread starter):|
Thai has used the lovely A346 exclusively for a number of years. Recently they have change to the 747-400,any ideas why?
|Quoting qf002 (Reply 3):|
More Y, less J.
We'll be getting the A380 next year, which is a pretty clear signal that they're going for the Y market at SYD these days. Perhaps we could see an A380/A346 combo (that would be VERY welcome!).
|Quoting EK413 (Reply 7):|
TG have shelved plans to operate their A380 down under
|Quoting lightsaber (Reply 2):|
That tells me that is where the demand is. The A346 has been sent to where the front cabin will be filled. I would ask where? My first guess would be PEK or PVG. SYD apparently fills the back of the plane well though...
|Quoting IndianicWorld (Reply 1):|
|Quoting FCAFLYBOY (Reply 9):|
I'm always suprised people assume Thailand is a low yield market, perhaps yes outbound from OZ, but from Europe and especially LHR, there is a sizeable F/J market . Hence the number of high-end resorts
that have opened in Thailand in recent years.
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