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8 hours ago, SiSePuede419 said:

BINGO.

Sure, any how many staff who got their job 'automatically' through nepotism and cronyism will not lose their jobs?

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5 hours ago, geoffrobbo said:

I would hope that they will get more well mannered cabin staff in the reborn Thai Airways, but TIT, so very unlikely. They are always extremely rude to my wife whenever we fly Thai (and that is only when there is no other reasonable choice; BKK-BNE only)

 

Does you wife tell you they've been rude to her or do you hear them being rude to her yourself?

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36 minutes ago, SupermarineS6B said:

I've a lovely story about Thai airways and especially a certain member of its cabin crew.   After many years of plowing my way through the charming ladies from Isaan and waking up too many times with just what i stood up in, i figured that i'd get myself something a little hi-so and step the game up a touch. I ended up meeting a youngish lady who was Thai international cabin crew, she had all the bits and bobs of hi-so armour including a convertible Saab 99, i never knew they even made one...... Anyway after a couple of weeks of abusing each other she informed me that she wanted to marry me and it was about time i met daddy..... Alarm bells and red lights flashing in my head and Defcon 3 showing up on my forehead i informed her that i was not the marrying type and after all we had only known each other two weeks !  

The transformation from "Tea or coffee sir" ? to "What do you prefer, cremation or burial" ? was instantanious and then she informed me who her father was, (Politician, not a nice one at the time) and she gets what she wants........ Khao Jai mei ?   You've never seen a man pack as many bags as fast and ditch my apartment and headed for the hills,,,,,,, bunny boiler was light weight compared to this one......... 

She did tell me a little pillow story about when passengers annoyed her at work, she'd take a bread bun into the khazi and rub it on her "Mimsy" then present the annoying passenger with an extra flavoured bun on their tray.  I still live in fear of meeting her again, she was insane and far too well connected for ones health..... I'm glad to say that i returned to the wonderful ladies of Isaan and their not too life threatening ways.........

"Smooth as Silk"...........  

Was her 'mimsy' smooth as silk?

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21 minutes ago, NanLaew said:

Was her 'mimsy' smooth as silk?

Orchid flavor?

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Thai Airways will not survive if they do not meet the ticket prices of the competition. Especially now when it is going to be critical to start flying again I 

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10 minutes ago, barryofthailand said:

Thai Airways will not survive if they do not meet the ticket prices of the competition. Especially now when it is going to be critical to start flying again I 

Plus they won't survive any re-build unless they make major changes to their recruitment policies and assessment factors. 

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59 minutes ago, barryofthailand said:

Thai Airways will not survive if they do not meet the ticket prices of the competition. Especially now when it is going to be critical to start flying again I 

Sure but will they have experience staff who can calculate fares and costs which will bring better fares?

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On 5/21/2020 at 1:24 PM, sahibji said:

sad to see Thai airways headed that way. it is a good airline.

I would agree that it USED to be a good airline, I stopped flying international business class with them probably more than twelve years ago for the reasons that have been posted by many on this site.

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13 hours ago, QPRFC said:

I'm still waiting for my promised refund for a cancelled flight at the end of March....at first I was told 4-6 weeks, then 6-8 weeks....well it's been 10 weeks and a few days, still no refund.
So, the Government will be paid off first, then the overpaid executives and then it'll collapse and then restart afresh with loyal passengers losing everything, air-miles, refunds etc
Corruption at it's finest without losing face, albeit the announcement backflips, money rules OK!!!

Refund for canceled flight or future bookings should be liabilities for THAI and have higher priority than debt.

There is still hope. After all a million+ people must have been affected by this.

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Don't know about anyone else but I'd not even consider flying Thai Airways ... no way, when it is over rated and over priced with moody cabin crew. I fly EVA every time and it's way out in front on all things ... Emirates is good too but I feel it's a little pricey.

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8 hours ago, NanLaew said:

Was her 'mimsy' smooth as silk?

Nah, to be honest she was such a nasty barstuard i couldn't even get the old fellah to go near her.....  Last reported sighting she married A Russian....... God bless Russia !  

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I absolute love the THAI Government and Politician, true I believe they do the absolute best to strive to help the people of THAILAND for the better and give them a good future and life.  😉

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