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Hi, anyone else received an email recently advising them that they have until November 2nd to submit their debt repayment claim regards Thai Airways?

The online form is a bit laborious to fill in and needs a lot of info but hopefully signals that refunds are a little closer for cancelled flights.

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6 hours ago, UB40 said:

I've got same. I filed registration with all details. But after all I'm not able to login. 555

Maybe a fake? I'm not sure anymore

There's a link on the Thai Airways website too so don't believe it was a scam. Wifey got one as well to her email as she had a flight booked separately.

Did you get the 200 bht admin fee at the end of the online form?

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We applied and got a voucher 24 hours later, valid until Dec 2022. If you go for refund they told us could be a year or more. And would be 80% of ticket value 

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Thai airways has no money and it is in serious debt restructuring proceedings through voluntary administration  .... they don't even have cash for daily expenses such as airport landing fees, salaries  etc ....

Do you really think they are gonna give you a refund   ??     lol   ..... I can't believe your still hopeful. 

good luck but I wouldn't hold my breath waiting.

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, steven100 said:

Thai airways has no money and it is in bankruptcy proceedings  .... they don't even have cash for daily expenses such as airport landing fees, salaries  etc ....

Do you really think they are gonna give you a refund   ??     lol   ..... I can't believe your still hopeful. 

good luck but I wouldn't hold my breath waiting.

 

Yeah I don't trust them as far as I could throw one of their A380's but when you're owed a lot of money you have to at least make a claim through official channels.

The fact that the Govt suddenly unsaddled themselves of any liability after divesting themselves of their majority share and still packing the Thai board with their own handpicked staff reeks of a stitch up but one lives in hope.

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6 minutes ago, edwinchester said:

Yeah I don't trust them as far as I could throw one of their A380's but when you're owed a lot of money you have to at least make a claim through official channels.

The fact that the Govt suddenly unsaddled themselves of any liability after divesting themselves of their majority share and still packing the Thai board with their own handpicked staff reeks of a stitch up but one lives in hope.

yeah ... I really hope you have success and get a good result but they delay, delay delay. I just recently got back a substantial refund from AA which took 7 months, 40 emails, 50 tweets, Expedia HQ boss, and numerous other ways .....  lol.  cheers.

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Briefly

 

Anyone holding a ticket or ROP miles is a creditor.

 

Creditors must register.

 

A deadline seems appropriate as the reorg planners hope to submit a plan to the court in Q12021.

 

Tough choice: voucher which may be useless vs. satang on the baht in a few years? 

 

Some have been successfully lodging chargebacks. Some of those have been reversed, because a voucher is available. YMMV.

 

With regard to the creditors, the Legal Execution Department will inform the creditors of the Court’s order. In order to ensure that the creditors will not lose their rights to receive a debt repayment, the creditors must file the application for debt repayment to the official receiver, the Legal Execution Department, within one month from the date that the appointment of the planners is published in the Government Gazette. At present, as the Court granted the business reorganization petition and appointed the planners, the creditors can file the application for debt repayment online until 1 month after the Court's order is published in the Government Gazette expires.

 

https://www.thaiairways.com/en/news/news_announcement/news_detail/news98.page

 

http://www.led.go.th/tgreorg/index.asp

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2 hours ago, steven100 said:

Thai airways has no money and it is in serious debt restructuring proceedings through voluntary administration  .... they don't even have cash for daily expenses such as airport landing fees, salaries  etc ....

Do you really think they are gonna give you a refund   ??     lol   ..... I can't believe your still hopeful. 

good luck but I wouldn't hold my breath waiting.

 

 

 

As long as the stock is still trading, I  think we still have a fair chance of a refund. Time will tell.

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Asking myself, if I should sign-up at the bancruptcy court becoming a creditor or change my ticket to a travel voucher I decided to go for the travel voucher now.  I can't remember many cases where ticket holders received money from the bankrupt's estate.  So I go for the travel voucher now, hopeing that they will resume flights at some time.

 

But most likley I think, money and miles are gone.

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1 hour ago, norfolkandchance said:

What about the people who had their return flights out ofThailand cancelled ? 

 

A partially used ticket? That is, what Thai Airways is still writing about it:

 

Option 3: Refund for partially used tickets (ticket numbers starting with 217-)

  • If some sectors of your ticket have been cancelled by THAI and/or THAI Smile, and you have already used part of your ticket, the refund will be calculated based on flight(s) flown and settled by the original issuing office.

https://www.thaiairways.com/en/contact_us/thai_special_assistance_form.page?

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