Thai Airways International is pinning its hopes on the Songkran festival next month to attract more passengers as it struggles with falling revenues.
About 200 union members rally against the extension of the board membership to Ampon Kittiampon at the Thai Airways International headquarters on Wednesday. (Photo by Somchai Poomlard)
THAI acting president Chokchai Panyayong said on Wednesday the national carrier expected the cabin factor in April to increase to 72% as the national new year holidays could draw more tourists to Thailand.
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