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Thai Airways Announces Winter 2021-22 Flight Schedule

Thai Airways International (THAI) has announced its winter flight programmed during 31 October 2021 – 26 March 2022. Nond Kalinta, THAI’s Chief Commercial Officer, said...

Thai Airways Finally to Resume Flights

Thai Airways International will resume international and domestic flight operations during the August-October period. In response to demand for air travel, the airline will operate...

Wanna Buy a Airliner? Thai Airways Has 34 to Sell at Rock-Bottom Prices

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 airline...

THAI to Resume Semi-Commercial Service Including ‘Holy’ Flight to Nowhere

Bankrupt Thai Airways International will resume “semi-commercial” flights to seven destinations next month, including a Buddhist mission to seven temples without actually stopping to...

5,000 THAI Employees Apply for Buy-Out Retirement

Almost 5,000 Thai Airways International employees applied for different stages of the bankrupt airline’s “mutual separation plan” that will see them resign with a...

No Shutdown Planned for Thai Smile Airways

Thai Airways International confirmed Friday it will not disband its wholly owned Thai Smile Airways, which remains competitive. Acting THAI President Chansin Treenuchagron said there...

Bankrupt THAI to Open Simulators, Run Sky Tours for Spare Change

Bankrupt Thai Airways International will try to earn some money by opening its flight simulators to the public and “flight to nowhere” sky tours. THAI...

Bankrupt Thai Airways Crashes into Sea of Red Ink

After losing money for eight of the past 11 years, Thai Airways International said Tuesday it will file bankruptcy and submit to a court-supervised restructuring that will result in the state flag carrier finally being privatized.

Entering bankruptcy, Thai Airways cancels another month of flights

Beleaguered Thai Airways International on Tuesday extended its suspension of flight operations for another month into June. The announcement came after the Civil Aviation Authority...
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