Thai Airways reported a net loss of THB6.9 billion ($223.8 million) for the June quarter, more than double the THB3.1 billion loss in last year’s second quarter. The carrier’s revenue dropped by 10% to THB42.5 billion, as a result of the softer tourism market, increased competition on international routes, and the grounding of some of its Boeing 787s because of engine issues. Overall tourist numbers to Thailand were up by just 1.1% year-on-year in the June quarter, Thai ...

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