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Thai AirAsia and NokScoot Post Positive Q1 2017 Profits

Both Thai long-haul low-cost carriers, Thai AirAsia (TAAX) and NokScoot have posted profits for the first quarter of 2017.

26th May 2017

Bangkok Airways Rewards Queen’s Cup Winner with Extra $200,000

Thailand-based airline Bangkok Airways increased the prize money for the Queen’s Cup winner by $200,000. This means the winner will earn a total of $500,000 this year.

26th May 2017

THAI Refuses to Subscribe to New Nok Air Shares

Thai Airways International (THAI) has refused the offer to subscribe to new Nok Air shares. This could lead to the flag carrier losing much of control over the budget carrier and being unable to remove Nok Air CEO Patee Sarasin.

25th May 2017

IATA Wants Thailand to Speed up Airport Upgrades

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) wants Thailand to accelerate its efforts to improve the airports in the country.

24th May 2017

SET-listed Thai Airlines 1st Quarter Results Hit by Pricey Fuel

Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways International and Thai AirAsia reported lower net profit in Q1 2017 than they had in the same period last year, largely due to high fuel costs.

22nd May 2017

THAI Airways Q1 2017 Results Don’t Look Good

Thai Airways International reports a 47% decline in profit for the first quarter of this year.

16th May 2017

Bangkok Airways Announces Q1 2017 Operating Results

Bangkok Airways announces operating results for the first quarter of this year. The Asian Boutique Airline reached a net profit of 565 million baht, passenger load factor of 71.3% and total revenue of 7,469 baht.

16th May 2017

AoT Investigates Friday Jetstar Grounding

Airports of Thailand will investigate the reason(s) behind grounding the Jetstar Phuket-Melbourne flight on Friday.

15th May 2017

We Won’t Cancel King Power Contract, Says AoT President

AoT President Nitinai Sirismatthakarn denies rumors that he might be removed from office if he does not terminate the existing contract with duty-free operator King Power Group.

12th May 2017

OVEC Opens Four New Aircraft Maintenance Centers in Thailand

The Office of the Vocational Education Commission (OVEC) has opened four new aircraft maintenance centers in Thailand to keep up with the demand for aircraft maintenance technicians.

11th May 2017

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