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BANGKOK — Thailand's flag carrier Thai Airways is in talks with Boeing for previously ordered three Boeing 777-300ER jets. The fate of the planes will be determined after negotiations with the manufacturer, a company official confirmed.

The airline is currently under bankruptcy protection and restructuring the company.

The Asian carrier was planning to replace its aging Boeing 747s, which are already set for retirement. Last month, the operator has also put its 18 older Boeing 777-200ERs and 777-300ERs on sale to generate extra cash.#
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