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Thaworn to meet top THAI execs to discuss airline's future

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2 hours ago, steven100 said:

looking forward to them going into voluntary liquidation because they are too stupid to cut costs years ago.

The writing has been on the wall for several years now and I'd love to see them all lose face and their jobs.

Oh look mum! Yet another, predictable farang champion for Thai failure squawking like the ineffectual, insignificant farang squatter that he is.

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18 minutes ago, NanLaew said:

Oh look mum! Yet another, predictable farang champion for Thai failure squawking like the ineffectual, insignificant farang squatter that he is.

seen your so effectual, significant and unsquattered …..   let's see what happens shall we.

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3 hours ago, yellowboat said:

They are like children with ADD and not a modicum of intelligence.  How are facial scans going to help make the airline profitable ?

They get rid of checkin staff??

 

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1 minute ago, Cadbury said:

Just add Thai Airways to the long list that Khun Prayut Chan-o-cha  has personally put himself in charge of. 

nonsense ….he was never in charge of Thai Airways. 

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7 hours ago, PatOngo said:

This is one terminally sick puppy that needs to be euthanised!

Shot down or kamikazi'd would be better

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2 hours ago, JoePai said:

Read it agin - Air Asia is profitable, they are trying to be more efficient

Air Asia is profitable as they operate buses with wings, with NO freebies.  Getting on a Chinese carrier, I merely flash my passport.  Then, while in China, I punch in my passport number at a kiosk, and in a blink of an eye, a ticket is spat out.  My face does not get scanned once.  If their focus is on facial recognition, they should just lay everyone off now and sell off the planes they actually own.   You make money by flying to places people want to go and charging what people will pay. 

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

Deputy Transport Minister Thaworn Senniam will convene a meeting with Thai Airways International (THAI) on October 10 to look for ways to clear the national carrier’s accumulated losses.

While Thaworn is about it he might just as well convene a meeting with the management of SRT to find ways of reducing their horrendous debt. Unfortunately he has incompetence working against him.

These two business entities are like financial nooses around the neck of the government and the taxpayers. 

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Going through the CVs of both the minister and the chairman I noticed, that neither of them has any clue of aviation. Most likely intelligent men, both politically or governmentally "infused" possibly not the best candidates for the job.

Privatize Thai Airways and you rid the state's budget of billions of tax payers expenses and it will be evident, that Thai Airways can make a positive difference in aviation, domestically as well as intercontinentally, provided you let real airline  professionals run the show. Private investors will absolutely guarantee, that the best of the lot will run the show. Latter will streamline fleet, operations, network and tidy up the patronizing staff cancer being the biggest problem of the country's carrier.

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Give it mercy, put it out of it's misery, headshot. Sell whatever remains to AirAsia, one of the few properly managed airlines.

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1 hour ago, steven100 said:

nonsense ….he was never in charge of Thai Airways. 

That's right steven100, you didn't read my post properly. I am suggesting he put himself charge; he is in charge of just about everything else. He could then add Thai Airways to the endless list of unfulfilled promises

As it is I doubt even the supremo himself could stuff it up anymore than it is now.

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Don't worry! The opening of Betong Airport next year will change everything. And for the unlikely case there ist still a loss- the expansion of runways at the Mae Sot and Betong airports will solve the problem....

 

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Compare all of the airlines founded in the Gulf States to Thai Airways and get a true evaluation when comparing all of their dates of being founded, including Thai.  All, except Thai Airways, have been profitable from day one and continue to do so including expand their fleets and increase the number of their destinations.  Very few complaints about any of them, but not so Thai which I gave up using a couple of years ago as the service was unimaginably terrible as was the comfort of the seats and the quality of food served.  Why do people continue to be gouged by them because their prices are not reflective of anything they offer to be worthwhile.

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