Thai Airways will cease Bangkok-Moscow flights from March 29 and will close several loss-making routes as a part of its restructuring. It will also cease Madrid and Johannesburg service due to Russia’s economic problems, according to the carrier. Thai International said it plans to resume Moscow flights as soon as the economic situation becomes stable. Moscow-Bangkok is one of the most popular international routes from Russia, according to Russia’s Air Transport Sourcebook. In ...

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