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AoT puts pressure on THAI over strike

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The airports authority wants to hold Thai Airways International (THAI) more accountable as a major ground service provider for the effects of strikes. 

Flashback: Frustrated passengers from THAI’s flight from Kunming wait impatiently at Suvarnabhumi airport’s baggage carousels last week.

State-controlled Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) wants to avoid a repeat of what happened last week when THAI workers downed tools unannounced.

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