The continuing sluggish performance of Thailand’s commercial aviation industry has prompted a series of changes at Thai airlines while the nation’s military government attempts to alter the image of a country that has lost the confidence of tourists owing to ongoing political unrest. The latest move is a cancellation by Thai Airways International of its sole remaining Africa destination, Johannesburg. The airline will cease its 3X-weekly flights to Johannesburg from January ...

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