Thai-based regional Bangkok Airways reported a first-quarter net income of THB1.1 billion ($33 million), up significantly from a net profit of THB526.1 million in the year-ago period. The airline cited economic and tourism recovery, political stability, oil price stability, and business strategy maintenance for the results. “In addition, the Department of Civil Aviation of Thailand granted Koh Samui Airport an increase in flight operating allowances to 50 flights a day. That meant we ...

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