Lufthansa Group will put all of its Airbus A380's and 10 of its A340-600's into long-term storage, only to be reactivated in the event of an “unexpectedly rapid market recovery”, and will permanently remove the remainder of its A340-600 fleet from service.
Thai Airways opens diner for customers craving in-flight meals.
More than 100 diners craving in-flight meals after months of travel restrictions flocked to Thai Airways International offices recently to try a new pop-up restaurant and get a reminder of the forgotten flavours of onboard dining.
The national carrier, which has for months grounded most of its planes, has transformed the cafeteria of its Bangkok headquarters into an airline-themed restaurant and opened it to the public.
It is decorated with airplane parts and seats to lend it an authentic aircraft feel.