The Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) yesterday threatened to revoke the licence granted to PC Air if the carrier experiences a recurrence of the problems that left hundreds of Thai passengers stranded at South Korea's main airport.
Tour agency representatives and tourists who booked trips to South Korea file complaints with the Crime Suppression Division in Bangkok yesterday. They said the charter airline was unable to take them on their tours as promised. WASSAYOS NGAMKHAM
DCA director-general Woradej Harnprasert issued the warning as he "advised" the privately owned Thai airline to suspend flights until it resolves problems related to unpaid bills for airport charges and jet fuel, amounting to more than 10 million baht.
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