Thai Airways suffered a 29.5% decline in profit in its fiscal year ended Sept. 30 to THB6.34 billion ($201.7 million), according to press reports from Bangkok that cited weak aircraft sales and unfavorable foreign currency fluctuations for the result. Sales climbed 7.5% to THB192.03 billion, but foreign currency gains plunged 80.6% to THB1.2 billion and the THB500 million earned from the sale of three aircraft compared to THB2 billion it made from disposal of four freighters in the 2005-06 ...

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