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Just now, MadMac said:

Should be allowed to go bankrupt, replace all the senior management and incapable staff and reemerge as a new airline. That's what happend with Swissair a few years ago.

Malaysia AIrlines is having the similar dilemma. The Malaysian federal have been subsi-dying a ruined airline company for the past twenty over years with losses. The president and the director keep changing and getting the best paid position.....lol.

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President to employees  Work harder for your300 Baht per day and us fat cats with huge pay packets sit back and do nothing What a <deleted>  cking joke Master versus slaves

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How can a nationalised airline go bust? It costs the country money to run it that is all. If the government Is no longer prepared to subsidise Thai then they will close it down and buy free tickets for those entitled to them from a Middle East airlines. 

22 minutes ago, Chelseafan said:

I hope they don't. There are thousands of hard-working cabin crew and ground staff that would lose their jobs.

 

I also know people who have worked in Thai for over twenty years and wonder if their money which was put into some saving scheme associated with the airline is safe. The brilliant or was it desperate, decision made to save money by paying overseas allowances In Thai Baht instead of Euros and GBP seems to be costing the company more due to the strength of the Baht.  

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1 hour ago, jewell49 said:

that is hardly anything to do with this article, your rant is ridiculous and i an sick of you sheep following any rubbish you see written on the destruction of the planet

couldnt agree with you more 

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Its the age old Thai Problem.You become a CEO by being born in the right Bed, not by ability.They never let new blood get in.!.⚖️


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5 hours ago, BestB said:

wait, let me get this right. Staff must work harder to avoid airline collapsing? Not the management should work harder? not the management should take pay cuts, but the staff should work harder😂

while smart airlines got together and created global code sharing - Thailand refused to operate with foreigners and were left isolated, executives were too busy stuffing money into their corrupt greedy pockets to care...……………………...another claimed regional hub that never materialized 

 

anyone that thinks this country is on a roll needs to study very carefully the signs that they don't really cheer much about - the biggest one of late is household debt and more importantly the ability to keep up the payments 

 

I am genuinely worried about my deposits in Thai banks right now and don't say it's protected...….on paper maybe - good luck trying to make a claim

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6 hours ago, Samui Bodoh said:

This may or may not be true, but...

 

I stopped flying with Thai Airways a long time ago because of over-priced tickets and lousy service.

 

 

Blame the staff, easy cop out, how can they work harder, they welcome you on board serve you with a smile what else can they do, my suggestion is to stop this nonsense of just about  everybody travelling for free and increasing the price of Joe public to pay for them , yes Thai you are doomed but don't blame the staff, i searched for prices next March back to Uk with a return in April, direct Eva are 28% cheaper and bigger baggage, if you suffer a 1 stop the price can be 60% lower than Thai, Wow when this hits the front pages it will do nothing to help there seat sales other than give more room for freebies.

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Yep I’ll invest a small fortune to buy tickets on an airline that may not exist in six months. 😂😂😂😂😂

 

 

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2 minutes ago, alan grice said:

Its the age old Thai Problem.You become a CEO by being born in the right Bed, not by ability.They never let new blood get in.!.⚖️


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So Thailand now has the monopoly on corporate sycophancy???!!!

 

Oh Lord please say it isn't so!

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1 minute ago, smedly said:

while smart airlines got together and created global code sharing - Thailand refused to operate with foreigners and were left isolated, executives were too busy stuffing money into their corrupt greedy pockets to care...……………………...another claimed regional hub that never materialized

I thought they were Star Alliance / Cartel?

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6 hours ago, Samui Bodoh said:

This may or may not be true, but...

 

I stopped flying with Thai Airways a long time ago because of over-priced tickets and lousy service.

 

 

I did the same for, yes, certainly over rated price in many occurrences but also crazy pilling conditions to reach or keep gold level for frequent traveler, to the point I've never been able to enjoy 200,000 + miles accumulated in few years for which my only concern was fast track checking and immigration 

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Hmmm..... Brought a smile to my face "staff must work harder"....hard to imagine in Thai Airways?... Lol

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