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61. news | 29 Nov 2013
» The air force on Friday denied an accusation that it was part of a plot to assassinate Civil Movement for Democracy (CMD) leader Suthep Thaugsuban.
62. business | 21 Nov 2013
» The Tourism Council of Thailand predicts an 8% jump in the number of foreign tourists next year, from 26.6 million in 2013 to 28 million.
63. news | 24 Nov 2013
» Wildlife trafficking is a global multibillion-dollar industry that is primarily orchestrated by well-funded and powerful international criminal syndicates. Although much media attention has been paid to the plight of ex...
64. business | 25 Nov 2013
» Nok Air will resume regular service from Bangkok to Krabi next January after a six-year break as the budget airline moves to recapture leisure traffic on the route.
65. news | 24 Nov 2013
» Air travellers have been warned to expect heavy road traffic and a lack of taxis resulting from the political protests in Bangkok, Suvarnabhumi Airport officials said on Sunday.
66. news | 30 Nov 2013
» US military chiefs have insisted they will not change their operations despite China scrambling fighter jets to monitor American and Japanese aircraft in Beijing's newly declared air defence zone.
67. learning | 19 Oct 2012
» 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...
68. learning | 20 Nov 2012
» Singapore taxi driver returns 26 million baht left in taxi in a paper bag to Thai couple vacationing in Singapore.
69. business | 09 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» Malindo Air, which made its maiden flight just nine months ago in Malaysia, has managed to get its hands on some lucrative routes in the highly competitive airline industry of India.
70. business | 15 Nov 2013
» After securing an operating licence on Tuesday, Thai Lion Air (TLA), a strong new player in the competitive low-cost carrier (LCC) market, has declared all systems go for a commercial blast-off on Dec 4.