Thai Airways reported a steep drop in profits for the March quarter, although the airline is also moving closer to gaining approval for a major aircraft order. Thai is seeking government permission to place orders for 38 aircraft, most of which will replace older models. The carrier said it received board approval for the order in January, and gained clearance from two government agencies in March and April. Thailand’s cabinet is now in the process of deciding on the fleet plan, the ...

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