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THAI’s First 787-8 Dreamliner Takes Off for Bangkok

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited’s (THAI) first 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft departed from Boeing’s Everett Delivery Center in Seattle, Washington, USA on a non-stop, 15-hour flight to Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thailand.

The 787-8 is the first of eight Dreamliners that THAI will lease from AerCap (six 787-8 set for delivery between 2014-2015, and two 787-9 for delivery in 2017).

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As the largest customer of the 787 program in the world, we are proud to celebrate this important delivery to THAI,” said Aengus Kelly, CEO of AerCap. “This airplane is a perfect complement to THAI’s fleet and its excellent onboard service.”

THAI’s 787 Dreamliner is configured with 24 lie-flat seats in Royal Silk Class and 240 seats in Economy Class. The 787-8 is a mid-size aircraft that can fly longer distances and offer great fuel efficiency, complete with the interior environment that has been designed to make passenger travel comfortable and convenient.

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