Thai Airways International said it will slash loss-making routes and restructure its foreign operations in a bid to turn its fortunes around. Low-cost subsidiary Nok Air is set to be the big winner by picking up a number of domestic routes. The announcement came less than two weeks after President Kanok Abhiradee was suspended from day-to-day responsibility for managing the airline in the wake of a 7 billion baht ($171 million) loss for the June quarter (ATWOnline, Aug. 15). Another focus of ...

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