Thailand’s flag carrier Thai Airways listed three Airbus A330 aircraft and a flight simulator up for sale as it aims to downsize and restructure, an insider source told Bangkok Post. 

Aircraft listed on an Thai Aircraft Trading notice include three Airbus A330-300s, registered as HS-TEN, HS-TEO, and HS-TEP. According to the sales notice, the Trent 700-powered A330s are 12 years old. 

Planespotters.net data indicates that Thai Airways has a total of 15 A330s in its fleet with an average age totaling 10.8 years old. However, the airline’s A330s are currently parked due to the low demand in air travel. 

Thai Airways has a total of 45 aircraft up for sale, including 18 Boeing 777s, 10 Boeing 747s, nine Airbus A340s, three Airbus A330-300s, two Airbus A380s, two Boeing 737-400s, and one Airbus A300-600.

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Thai Airways is still trying to sell its Boeing 747 passenger aircraft.
 

The cash-strapped Thai Airways currently seeks to restructure. 

The Central Bankruptcy Court of Thailand gave the final go-ahead for Thai Airways’ rehabilitation plan on June 15, 2021. 

The decision to file for bankruptcy protection in order to rehabilitate the business helped the flag carrier, which has been reporting losses since 2013, avert bankruptcy and saved it from furloughing its entire workforce. 

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