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Does Thai Air Asia Still Fly B737

Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:24 am

I booked a flight BKK-KBV on Thai Air Asia for next month (April). The last time I flew them on a Thai domestic route (BKK-UTH last September) they used an old, worn-out B737. However, they wanted to get rid of their B737 at that time. I wonder if they still use these old birds on domestic flights or if they finally switched to a newer, all-Airbus fleet.

Does anybody know?


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RE: Does Thai Air Asia Still Fly B737

Fri Feb 27, 2009 6:53 am

According to Wikipedia they have 9 of which 3 are leased to Nok Air. But on the other hand on my last visit to Thailand during the summer I had several domestic trips and I didn't see the Thai 737 in any of the domestic airports, but maybe I was just not lucky.

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