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Thai Airways resumes International flights to Phuket

BANGKOK (NNT) – Thai Airways has resumed international operations to and from Phuket for the Phuket Tourism Sandbox campaign, providing direct passenger services from five European airports to the island province now open for quarantine-free tourism. The first international flight resumed by Thailand’s national flag carrier Thai Airways landed in Phuket today, bringing tourists from […]Read More


Thai Airways Rehabilitation Plan Approved

BANGKOK, June 15 (TNA) – The Central Bankruptcy Court approved a rehabilitation plan for Thai Airways International (THAI) and thus five plan administrators can start the implementation. The court laid down its ruling after receiving two objection letters from creditors, explanations from planners and the opinions of a receiver. Full story: tna.mcot.net TNARead More


Thai Airways to Operate on 16 Routes in July –

BANGKOK, June 10 (TNA) – Thai Airways International (THAI) will operate on 16 routes to Asian, European and Australian destinations in July – September. Nond Kalinta, THAI’s executive vice president for commercial affairs, said the airline would operate on the 16 routes during July and September to meet the demand of business people and tourist. […]Read More


Thai Airways to start European flights to Phuket in July

Thai Airways International will start direct flights from five European cities to Phuket in July in line with a plan to reopen the island for tourists. The airline said on its Facebook page the carrier will introduce direct flights from Zurich, Paris, Copenhagen, Frankfurt and London to Phuket from July 2. Full story: Bangkok Post […]Read More


Creditors approve Thai Airways restructuring plan

Thai Airways International (THAI)’s restructuring plan was approved by creditors yesterday (Wednesday), holding 91.56% of the carrier’s combined debts. The airline’s creditors, who met via video conference, after the postponement of the meeting on May 12th, also approved the appointment of five administrators, former THAI President Piyasvasti Amranand, Acting THAI President Chansin Treenuchagron, Pornchai Thiravet […]Read 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


THAI airways to sell assets to raise more funding

THAI airways is selling its Laksi training center building, in the Bangkhen district of Bangkok, its Nok-Air shares, its Bangkok Aviation Fuel Services (BAFS) shares and Boeing 737- 400 engines, after the bankruptcy court gave the go-ahead to do so. THAI airways has been hit hard by limited travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which […]Read More


Time to bid farewell to Thai Airways?

On March 2, Thai Airways will submit its business rehabilitation plan to the Central Bankruptcy Court. After that, in around May, the court will assemble Thai Airways’ creditors to vote on the plan. If a majority of creditors vote yes, the court will appoint rehabilitation plan administrators and Thai Airways will conduct its business according […]Read More