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Thai Airways International has reminded its flight attendants to refrain from engaging in smuggling activities or they face dismissal if caught.

The terse reminder was issued today by Mr. Sutheerat Siriplanont, acting president of flight operations, after an air steward was found attempting to smuggle a large quantity of foreign cigarettes and e-cigarettes, which he allegedly bought at a duty-free shop in Narita airport in Japan, on board flight TG 677 from Narita to Bangkok on July 20th.

Full story: thaipbsworld.com

By Thai PBS World


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