Aviation

STARTING DATE: 15 May 2019

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TOTAL UPDATE: 389 STORIES

Stories related to aviation in Thailand.

Aviation
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4 Feb 2020

Suvarnabhumi runway bids due next month

Airports of Thailand has scheduled March 6 for potential bidders to tender their bids for a contract to build the third runway at Suvarnabhumi Airport.

4 Feb 2020 2
Suvarnabhumi runway bids due next month
4 Feb 2020

Aid measures

An excise tax cut for jet fuel, tax breaks for business operators and a deadline extension for personal income tax return filing will go before the cabinet on Tuesday.

4 Feb 2020 4
Aid measures
26 Jan 2020

777x maiden flight

Boeing Co has successfully completed the maiden flight of the world's largest twin-engined jetliner, the 777X.

26 Jan 2020 18
777x maiden flight
23 Jan 2020

THAI eyes lease

Thai Airways International may lease aircraft along with cabin staff as part of fleet and service improvement options.

23 Jan 2020 23
THAI eyes lease
17 Jan 2020

Turbulent flight routes

The financial performance of SET-listed firms operating in the aviation industry has been reeling from a slew of negative factors, sending airline share prices into a nosedive.

17 Jan 2020 13
Turbulent flight routes
13 Jan 2020

Cathay Pacific set to offer unpaid leave to staff

Cathay Pacific is poised to offer unpaid leave to staff as it struggles to cope with the financial damage caused by more than seven months of anti-government protests in Hong Kong and a boycott by mainland Chinese customers.

13 Jan 2020 3
Cathay Pacific set to offer unpaid leave to staff
13 Jan 2020

THAI cancels Manila flights due to volcano eruption

Thai Airways International has cancelled five flights between Bangkok and Manila after a volcano eruption closed the airport serving the Philippines capital.

13 Jan 2020 2
THAI cancels Manila flights due to volcano eruption
24 Dec 2019

Airline turbulence

A strong currency, higher operation costs from an excise tax and a slowdown in tourism are among the challenges confronting local carriers next year.

24 Dec 2019 16
Airline turbulence
24 Dec 2019

2 new carriers set for takeoff

Thailand's aviation industry is set to welcome two new low-cost carriers next year, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) on Monday.

24 Dec 2019 4
2 new carriers set for takeoff
20 Dec 2019

Groups seek to force AoT into T2 talks

Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob is being urged to have Airports of Thailand (AoT) hold discussions with professional associations that are fighting against the controversial plan to build a 42-billion-baht second terminal at Suvarnabhumi airport.

20 Dec 2019 1
Groups seek to force AoT into T2 talks