Thai Airways eyes sales and leaseback agreements for six Boeing 777-200ERs, and four Airbus A350-900s

BANGKOK, THAILANDThailand's flag carrier Thai Airways International is reportedly in talks with lessors for the sales and leaseback for six Boeing 777-200ERs, and four Airbus A350-900s.



According to the aviation news portal FlightGlobal, The Asian carrier is looking for a package deal that includes terms for the leaseback of the 777-200s, as well as at least one proposal for the A350-900s, the A320s or the 787s.

The -200ERs up for sale and leaseback are MSNs 34586, 34587, 34588, 34589, 34590, and 34591.
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