Bangkok Airways has applied strict security procedures at Thai departure airports following a bombing in Bangkok that killed at least 21 people Aug. 17. The carrier has increased baggage and passenger checks to what it called “elevated, very strict security measures” compared to standard levels of inspection. The security issues are the latest blow for Thailand, as has come under fire recently from both ICAO and FAA for its poor control of safety and security oversight. The ...

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