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How Thai Airways will Expand Rolls-Royce's Trent Engine Service Network

Romain Guillot
20/06/2018 | 349 words
How Thai Airways will Expand Rolls-Royce's Trent Engine Service Network
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The voluntarist strategic policy of the Thai government over the past two years to develop the country's aerospace industry is taking shape. Rolls-Royce and Thai Airways have unveiled their agreement to explore how the two companies will work together to expand the Trent engine family's MRO network.

The idea is to develop Thai Airways existing engine shop facility located at Bangkok Don Mueang airport to meet its growing needs, but not only. More than half of the fleet of Thailand's flag carrier, consisting mainly of wide body aircraft, is (...)
 
 
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