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Suvarnabhumi airport staff getting COVID-19 vaccine shots

Suvarnabhumi international airport has begun an inoculation drive, aiming to vaccinate all 30,000 staff against Covid-19 by the end of next month and boost confidence in the airport’s safety as it reopens to tourists. The vaccination plan was announced by airport general manager Suthirawat Suwannawa. Full story: Bangkok Post Sutthiwit Chayutworakan BANGKOK POSTRead More


THAI airways plans to cut staff by 50% or staff

After two postponements, Thai Airways International submitted its rehabilitation plan to the Legal Execution Department officials today (Tuesday), under which the debt-ridden national flag carrier plans to slash staff expenses from about 30 billion baht annually to about 12 billion baht, or to reduce its staff by half, to under 15,000, in two years. Under […]Read More


4,977 Thai Airways Staff to Voluntarily Resign

BANGKOK, Oct 30 (TNA) – 4,977 staff at Thai Airways International (THAI) applied for different stages of its Mutual Separation Plan (MSP) for the survival of the airline. Acting THAI president Chansin Treenuchagron said the airline offered the MSP to its staff because it had been loss-ridden and the impacts of the coronavirus disease 2019 […]Read More


NokScoot low-cost airline to downsize fleet and staff

BANGKOK, June 25 (TNA) – NokScoot, a Thailand-based low-cost medium to long haul airline, announced to downsize its organization and staff and cut its fleet by three aircraft by this month end pending business resumption. NokScoot Airlines Co announced that the heavy impacts of the coronavirus disease 2019 forced it to restructure its business. Full […]Read More


Thai Government Defends Hiring Relatives

BANGKOK — Top officials in Thailand’s military government have defended using the state budget to employ relatives, after it emerged that fifty-seven members of the junta’s legislature have hired family members as personal aides. A report published by the investigative newsite Isra News revealed that 57 lawmakers in the 220-member National Legislative Assembly (NLA) have […]Read More


20 Pattaya Go-Cart Staff Attack Kuwaiti Tourists

CHONBURI — More than 20 Thai staff at a go-cart arena in the resort town of Pattaya assaulted four Kuwaiti tourists because of a “miscommunication” last night, police say. According to police reports, the four Kuwaitis were driving go-carts at Go Cart Pattaya on Soi Thep Prasit 9, when one of the tourists’ cars broke […]Read More


Thai Airways to reduce workforce 20% through attrition, buyouts

Thai Airways International will reduce its workforce by 20% through buyouts and attrition over the next five years, government and labour union officials said Tuesday. Transport Minister Prajin Juntong confirmed THAI would not lay off any staff, but said the national carrier would see its employee numbers cut through retirement and early-retirement programmes. Read more: […]Read More


Fatal crash in Kanchanaburi

A pickup truck carrying hospital staff from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi skidded and overturned on a steep mountain slope in Sangkhla Buri district, killing one woman and injuring nine other people, including two boys. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More