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Thai Airways, SIA sign new partnership deal

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Thai Airways International (THAI) and Singapore Airlines (SIA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to form a new strategic partnership. This w ill...

Thai Airways names new CEO

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Thai Airways International said on Friday (25 November) that Chai Eamsiri would become the company’s chief executive officer from 1 February as it proceeds...

Thai Airways adds NetLine IT solutions from Lufthansa Systems

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Lufthansa Systems announced Thai Airways as a new customer of its network planning system NetLine/Plan and the schedule management solution NetLine/Sched. The carrier has...

AAV News in Brief 17 December 2021

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Cargolux Selects IBS Software’s iCargo solution: IBS Software has signed a strategic long-term deal with Cargolux for the replacement of its cargo management system....

Thai Airways improves with 1H profit

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Thai Airways International said on Monday (16 August) that it posted a net profit in the first half of 2021 thanks to the restructuring...

Thai Airways gains court approval for restructuring

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Thai Airways received court approval on Tuesday (15 June) to restructure US$12.9 billion in debt and move ahead with its plan to revamp the...

Thai Airways creditors approve restructuring plan

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Thai Airways International's creditors have voted to approve the airline's restructuring plan, its legal advisor said on Wednesday (19 May), according to media reports...

Thai Airways will shed workers, downsize planes in operation in major...

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Thai Airways International announced on Tuesday (2 March) that it would cut its operations significantly by shedding 50 percent of its workforce and its...

UPDATED: Thai Airways posts record US$4.6 billion net loss

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(Updated with cash infusion details from Bloomberg report) Thai Airways is seeking a capital infusion of as much as 50 billion baht (US$1.65 billion) under...

Thai Airways thins executive ranks by 30%

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Trouble airline Thai Airways International said Friday (19 February) that it was cutting more than 30 percent of its executive positions as it continues...