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Thai Airways Celebrates 75th Direct Boeing Aircraft Delivery

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Thai Airways International has taken delivery of its 75th direct delivery of a Boeing aircraft.

 To celebrate the the milestone delivery, Boeing and Thai Airways collaborated to transport 1,000 wool blankets onboard the newly delivered 777-300ER (Extended Range).

 The blankets, donated by Another Joy Foundation, will be distributed by the airline to people in need in Thailand during the colder winter months.

"This is a very special delivery for us, our 75th direct delivery from Boeing, and we are excited to mark this occasion with another joint humanitarian flight," said Thai Airways Int. President, Mr. Charamporn Jotikasthira. "THAI is thankful to Boeing and Another Joy Foundation for providing winter blankets and pleased that Thai Airways International can carry them to people in need in Thailand."

In addition to numerous Airbus aircraft, Thai Airways currently operates four Boeing 787 Dreamliners and has operated nearly every model of the Boeing 777. Thai Airways Int. Cargo was also the first carrier in Southeast Asia to utilize the 777 Freighter. The airline has an additional two 777-300ERs on order.

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