Tag Archives | thai airways


Thank Phuket, it’s Friday

Gorgeous photograph this one, featuring a Boeing 747 operated by Thai Airways International at Phuket airport in Thailand. The picture was taken by AirSpace contributor ApisitiJ. Flightglobal’s Ascend database records the airline as operating 16 of the passenger jets, with a further two converted to freighters.

Continue Reading

How large is an Airbus A380?

A close-up picture of a Thai Airways A380

Continue Reading

Raw Power

A close-up of an A380 Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engine

Continue Reading
Thai 777

Thai 777 and her reflection, winner in Best of the Rest in cover competition

It is not often we see vertical aviation photos, and AirSpace photographer afkabruce98′s photo of a Thai Airways 777-300 and its reflection approaching Sydney’s 16R runway was nicely composed, earning it a spot in our cover competition’s Best of the Rest grouping. Taken with a Canon 40D. Look out for details next November for 2011′s […]

Continue Reading
Thai B747-400 Retro

Thai Airways 747-400 Retrojet

For its 50th anniversary, Thai Airways has unveiled this B747-400 bearing its original livery.The carrier plans to revive its first flight, from Bangkok to Hong Kong, on 1 May. See our Asian Skies blog for more details.

Continue Reading
Southern Air 777F

Noteworthy Image: Southern Air’s B777-200LRF for Thai Airways

After a brief delay, Boeing has delivered the first B777-200LRF to Connecticut-based Southern Air, making the carrier the first ACMI operator to feature the 777 freighter, Boeing says.Southern Air will place the aircraft into service with Thai Airways, who will be the first Asian carrier to use the 777 freighter. The aircraft will be based […]

Continue Reading
Thai AIrways A380.jpg

Thai Airways wants to delay delivery of A380s

Thai Airways International has been speaking to Airbus about delaying further the delivery of its Airbus A380s and is also hoping to persuade the aircraft-maker to let it delay making some of the payments on A330-300s that are due for delivery this year. Read on….

Continue Reading