State transport agencies have been ordered to prepare contingency plans in the wake of the Thai Airways (THAI) labour strike which disrupted dozens of flights and left hundreds of passengers stranded.
Passengers wait to be checked in at Suvarnabhumi airport. Flights operated by Thai Airways International were delayed on Saturday due to a strike by THAI’s ground staff. EPA
The strike ended on Saturday night but rail and bus agencies have been urged to learn from the experience in case their workers walk off the job.
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