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Thai Airways International’s performance has shown signs of improvement, suggesting that the worst is over at the national carrier and it is ready to bounce back, said Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripituk.

 

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Well certainly falling fuel prices will help but it is hard to change public sentiment and the low cost carriers are here to stay. 

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Bloated TG is like a flying bureaucracy. As are many of the legacy airlines.  Not even that good.  Getting tough competition from low cost and mid-east carriers.

 

Jetstar out of Australia is chock full of value conscious thais.  TG is typically higher proportion through traffic to India and beyond....and hardly ever the best rate.

 

Planes arent the newest either. 

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I hope they restart the BKK - JFK and BKK - LAX flights again. Singapore plans to restart it's non-stop.

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am I missing something here  5 lines of words that state the deputy PM  said they are getting back on track..  that really instills confidence... 

 

no figures or reason or facts behind statement  .. they don't have a clue do they LOL

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