Thai Airways reported a first-quarter net loss of THB2.62 billion ($804 million), reversed from a net profit of THB8.29 billion in the year-ago period. The airline said it was “prominently impacted” by recent political unrest in Bangkok. First-quarter operating revenue was THB49.5 billion, down 11.6% while expenses were up 0.4% to THB51.8 billion, producing an operating loss of THB2.23 billion. Thai said the losses were mainly driven by the dramatic slowdown in visitors to ...

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