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THAI President resigns

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) announces the resignation of Sorajak Kasemsuvan, THAI president. Kanit Sangsubhan, Chairman of the...

Thai Airways board temporarily designates ‘Chockchai’ in place of ‘Sorajak’ as...

BANGKOK, 23 December 2013 Thai Airways President Sorajak Kasemsuvan has officially resigned from the company citing health problems. His resignation will take effect on...

President of THAI, national carrier, resigns

BANGKOK, Dec 20 - Sorajak Kasemsuvan, president of the national flag carrier Thai Airways International Plc (THAI), has resigned from his position, effective on...

THAI to readjust revenue, cabin factor targets

BANGKOK, Dec 4 - THAI Airways International (THAI) will readjust its revenue and passenger cabin factor targets for this year after the country has...

Grim outlook for Thai flag carrier’s 2013 profit

Thai Airways International (THAI), Thailand’s national flag carrier, has reduced this year’s revenue projection from Bt6 billion to Bt2 billion, according to THAI President...

THAI revamps ticket sales operations to boost revenue

Thai Airways International (THAI) has announced a major structural shakeup with a revamp of its sales operations to turn around the company’s poor performance....

Study to commence on creation of backup runway at Suvarnabhumi airport

BANGKOK, 13 September 2013 Transport Minister Chatchart Sitthiphan has established a working committee to consider the construction of a backup runway at Suvarnabhumi airport,...

Probe of Sunday’s THAI aircraft accident begins

BANGKOK, Sept 11 – Investigation into Sunday's Thai Airways International aircraft incident at Suvarnabhumi Airport has begun but it was not speculated as to...

THAI plane skids off Suvarnabhumi Airport runway

BANGKOK, Sept 9 -- A Thai Airways International (THAI) aircraft arriving Bangkok from China skidded off the runway late Sunday night while landing at...

45 injured as HK-bound THAI flight hits turbulence

BANGKOK, Aug 30 - Thirty passengers and 15 crew members were injured this morning when a Hong Kong-bound Thai Airways International (THAI) flight hit...

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Tuesday, May 29 is Visakha Bucha Day

Banks and government offices closed Tuesday, May 29, is one of the most venerated holidays on the Buddhist calendar: Visakha Bucha Day. This Buddhist Holy...

PM offers apologies over arrest of Phra Buddha Isara

Bangkok - Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha and his deputy, Gen Prawit Wonsuwan, have publicly apologized for Thai authorities’ handling of the arrest of...
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Energy Min to cap diesel price at 30 baht

Bangkok - Energy Minister Siri Jirapongphan says the government will keep the diesel price at no higher than 30 baht per liter in a...

BMW unveils investment plan for Thailand

Bangkok - BMW has unveiled a plan to produce plug-in Hybrid cars in Thailand as the booming market boosts the manufacturing of environmentally friendly...

BMA unclogs canals in preparation for rainy season

Bangkok - The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is improving the drainage capacity of Bangkok canals and sewers ahead of the upcoming monsoon season. BMA officials...

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