Thai full-service regional carrier Bangkok Airways has reported a 2015 Q2 net profit of THB102.2 million ($3 million), a significant swing from its net loss of THB321 million in the same period last year. The airline said its results were due to operational efficiencies and the extension of its codeshare activities including a recent deal with Kazakhstan-based Air Astana. The carrier saw revenue rise 12.9% to THB5.56 billion while passenger volume also rose 11% to 1.11 million, up from 1.05 ...

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