Thai Airways has added four Airbus A320 aircraft
to its fleet in response to growing travel demand.
The airline will operate the aircraft, configured
with a single Economy class cabin, on select international routes
starting with two routes between Thailand and India.
Starting 1 July, the aircraft will fly as TG323
and TG324 between Bangkok and Delhi, India.
And from 2 July, Thai Airways will use the A320 to
operate TG351 and TG352 between Bangkok and Mumbai.
The addition of the single-class Airbus A320 will
enhance the airline's fleet efficiency and allow it to better
compete on those price sensitive routes.
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