Pssst: wanna buy a Boeing 747 jumbo jet? Then you're in luck, because Thai Airways has ten of them up for sale.
The Thai flag-carrier has listed its entire Boeing 747 fleet on its Thai Aircraft Trading website, which offloads decommissioned aircraft "for outright sale" on an as-is, where-is basis – which we're petty sure also means no returns and no refunds.
"We do not set any asking nor starting price for each aircraft," the groups notes.
Available for delivery from early 2021, these Boeing 747s were manufactured between 1993 and 2003, so they'll have some miles on them: but they'll also have Thai's cosy first class suites in at the pointy end, with business class seats both behind that and upstairs.
If a jumbo jet is just a bit too big for your needs, Thai is also disposing of all twelve of its Boeing 777-200ER and 777-300 jets, nine of the fuel-thirsty four-engine Airbus A340s and even a pair of nimble Boeing 737-400s.
There's no sign of Thai's six flagship Airbus A380s, but with the airline continuing to face financial struggles even before Covid-19 took hold, those superjumbos could also soon be headed for the second-hand lot.