Thai Airways International announced Friday it is selling 34 planes including Boeing 747 and 777-300 aircraft and will receive bids until Nov. 13.
The 34 planes comprise one Airbus A300-600 aircraft, two Boeing 737-400s, three Airbus A340-500s, six Airbus A340-600s, ten Boing 747-400s, six Boeing 777-200s and six Boeing 777-300s.
THAI said that most of the planes had been used for over 20 years and A340 planes had been in use for 12-15 years. It assured that all the planes were usable but warranty would not be included.
Conditions for the sales were subject to change, THAI said.