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8 hours ago, smedly said:

 

 

Knowing that Thai was about to file makes this rather dodgy to say the least - what the government did could be challenged as illegal - almost on a par with insider dealings - they knew what was happening before it happened and dumped their shares before they were frozen 

"could be challenged as illegal"....rather like the last governments rice pledging scheme....but now it,s the army in control so rest assured no illegal activities in this case.....:cheesy:

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I just want my refund promised by Thaiairways after they canceled my flight 3 months ago.

Give me my money you grubby scumbags.

I will never fly with you again if you do start flying again.

 

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

The committee is chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam, who has said that THAI will not fly until the end of this month. 

That's a lie.

TG are cancelling flights mid July to Northern Europe - and reschedules the tickets in August (3rd rescheduling for me).

August flights are already fully booked now - but the question is........ Will they ever fly?

 

Never ever fly TG again 🤬

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remove THAI completely and put airasia and other cheap carriers on suvi...

 

than I don't have to travel 50 km to the old airport, lol

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4 hours ago, Justgrazing said:

Sort it out yourselves .. The idea of getting govt' involved is to strong arm the negotiations to T A's advantage .. Another aspect of this is major aircraft components such as engines requiring overhaul are sent back to manufacturers or certified overhaulers outside of Thailand and can be held back until legal and financial issues are resolved .. not only engines are worth a lot of money they are a bargaining asset that T A need and cannot operate without .. 

I seem to remember that Thai bought some engines from Rolls Royce not too long ago - and that squeeky clean British company seemed to have been handing out vast sums money in bribes in order to get the conract.

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

THAI seeks govt help in keeping foreign creditors at bay

Maybe all those attack choppers and used submarines purchased by the military won't go to waste after all!

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11 minutes ago, NeoDinosaw said:

I seem to remember that Thai bought some engines from Rolls Royce not too long ago - and that squeeky clean British company seemed to have been handing out vast sums money in bribes in order to get the conract.

Quite possible .. But even owning the engines over leasing them does not exclude them from requiring overhaul and or modifications overseas as Thailand does not have an accredited overhaul facility .. 

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2 hours ago, rasmus5150 said:
6 hours ago, webfact said:

The committee is chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam, who has said that THAI will not fly until the end of this month. 

That's a lie.

TG are cancelling flights mid July to Northern Europe - and reschedules the tickets in August (3rd rescheduling for me).

August flights are already fully booked now - but the question is........ Will they ever fly?

 

Never ever fly TG again

Wissanu telling porkies .. Surely not .. 

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What stuns me is that individual members of the savings cooperatives are not rushing to withdraw their funds while they still can.

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I have been through this before.

If Thailand would just do this properly.

Have they gone into receivership or not ? If so nothing to do with the Government or Thai Airways now in the  active sense. They have to stop meddling

They are there to answer questions & are sworn to answer truthfully (ouch) to the appointed International Receiver & any specialists that the receiver has appointed.

Yes, has to be an International Co as many debtors are as well.

If they tryingt to avoid any of their planes being confiscated then this is the only way to do it.

The PM of Thailand or the Highest Judge in the land's  orders mean absolutely nothing once offshore.

 

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where are they getting the cash to get back in the air ? Probably from all the tickets they have not refunded ?

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THAI is done. I love it. 

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6 hours ago, smedly said:

meaning they have wiped their hands of the debt

 

Knowing that Thai was about to file makes this rather dodgy to say the least - what the government did could be challenged as illegal - almost on a par with insider dealings - they knew what was happening before it happened and dumped their shares before they were frozen 

Thai Airways shares are still being traded.

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