Thai Airways is in discussions with Airbus and Boeing about a widebody order for up to thirty aircraft. CEO Chai Eamsiri told Bloomberg on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Istanbul on Sunday. Also on the airline’s shopping list is a number of additional Airbus...
Thai Airways joined the ranks of most airlines that reported a strong first quarter of 2023. For Thai, things could only get better as it had to operate under severe travel restrictions in Asia last year, restrictions that have now all been lifted. Thai Airways...
Thai Airways slipped back into a loss in 2022. While the airline benefitted from the recovery of passenger traffic and tourism, expenses were also higher. A gain on debt restructuring that contributed positively to the 2021 results was lacking last year, pushing Thai...
Singapore Airlines and Thai Airways have announced a new strategic partnership that, eventually, will expand into an almost worldwide codeshare arrangement. Depending on regulatory approval to confirm the Memorandum of Understanding, the first phase will start in the...
Higher revenues from passengers and cargo helped Thai Airways to significantly lower its second-quarter loss from last year. It also produced its first positive EBITDA since it operated under the Rehabilitation Plan that was implemented a year ago. Reopening of...
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