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Thai Airways International Pcl QTRLY Total Revenue 43.08 Billion Baht
Thai Airways International PCL Posts Qtrly Total Revenue 49,791 Million Baht, Down 6.9%
South Korea bans Boeing 737 Max delivery - Nikkei
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited is a Thailand-based company engaged in the operations of airline business and business units related to air transportation. The Company operates three business segments: air transport business, which covers the transport of passengers, cargoes, and mail on scheduled flights, as well as chartered flights to domestic and international destinations; business units segment including cargo terminal handling services, ground customer services, ground equipment services and catering services, and other activities segment, which consists of technical department providing aircraft maintenance services, dispatch services, duty free sales on board and Thai shop-souvenir sales. Its subsidiaries include Thai-Amadeus Southeast Asia Company Limited and Thai Smile Airways Company Limited.
89 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road
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* APPROVED SALE OF REMAINING 22.5 MILLION SHARES IN ROYAL ORCHID HOTEL (THAILAND) TO GRANDE ASSET HOTELS AND PROPERTY PCL
National carrier Thai Airways International PCL <THAI.BK> swung to a quarterly operating profit, but warned competition was likely to intensify after a U.N. body last month removed a ban on new international flights by Thai-based carriers.
* Thai Airways, lessee of two of co's B787S requested permission to modify aircraft
Thai Airways International Pcl <THAI.BK> is likely to miss its annual cost-reduction target, but will swing to a profit for 2016 after three straight years of losses due to lower fuel costs, a top company executive said on Monday.
National carrier Thai Airways International Pcl a posted narrower net loss on Friday for the third quarter, helped by lower fuel prices and operating costs from its current restructuring programme.
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