Thai Airways International (TG) will press on with plans for an ultra low-cost carrier despite increasing concerns about growing capacity impacting the Thai aviation market. TG outgoing president Piyasvasti Amranand told the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand the carrier is “working on the setting up of an ultra low-cost airline with Nok Airlines sometime next year,” but did not elaborate. He also said his recent ouster from Thai’s top job would not ...

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