Thai operates its last Boeing 737-400 revenue flight

Last Thai 737-400, retired September 2, 2018 (TG288, Koh Samui-Bangkok)

Thai Airways International on September 2, 2018 operated its last Boeing 737-400 revenue flight.

The last flight was flight TG 288 between Koh Samui and the Bangkok (BKK) base with HS-TDG.

 

The airline made this announcement on social media on September 3:

 

“Yesterday (September 2, 2018) the farewell ceremony for Thai’s Boeing 737-400 “The Classic” was held at Thai Maintenance Hangar, Suvarnabhumi Airport. The atmosphere there was brimming with impression and rejoice, which we hope we could convey via these exclusive shots. Thanks for all the 28 years of joy, delight, and fond memories you’ve shared with us through your diligent services, dear 737-400. It’s a great honor to have you in our fleet!”

Top Copyright Photo (all others by Thai): Thai Airways International Boeing 737-4D7 HS-TDG (msn 26614) BKK (Michael B. Ing). Image: 934581.

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