Thai to reduce its fleet including all 10 Boeing 747-400s

Thai Airways International is restructuring and is planning to shed many of its aircraft in its mostly grounded fleet.

The carrier has put its 10 Boeing 747-400s up for sale.

The large Jumbo aircraft have been parked since March due to COVID-19.

For the record, the last Boeing 747-400 revenue flight was operated on March 26, 2020 as flight TG 476 between Sydney and Bangkok with HS-TGA.

The airline also is listing 12 Boeing 777s and nine Airbus A340s also for sale “as is”.

Here is the full list of Thai aircraft for sale:

Thai aircraft photo gallery: