Thai Airways staff rally for higher pay, disrupt operations at Suvarnabhumi

 Thai Airways staff rally for higher pay, disrupt operations at Suvarnabhumi

Thai Airways Royal First electric vehicle at Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok. Photo: Mattes.



BANGKOK, Jan 19 – Some 600 Thai Airways International (THAI) employees protested at Suvarnabhumi Airport today, demanding a 7.5 per cent pay rise and two months bonus.

The rally interfered with today’s flights, airline officials said.

In addition to the rally itself, THAI staff refused to move the airline’s aircraft from their assigned waiting areas interfering with operations so that the flights of other airlines could not take off or land at the airport.

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