A weaker second-quarter performance has dealt a setback to Thai Airways’ financial turnaround efforts, dragging the carrier into the red for the first half of the year. The airline reported a net loss of THB5.2 billion ($156.6 million) for the three months through June 30, which was 79% higher than the THB2.9 billion loss in the same period a year earlier. This was enough to outweigh its first-quarter profit, and tip the airline into a THB2 billion loss for the first six months of the ...

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