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Busy selling donuts, that's why.

Thai is scared that their planes will never leave foreign soil.

That's the hole problem.🍩

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4 hours ago, faraday said:

Busy selling donuts, that's why.

If there's a chance of revenue, why is Thai not on the list/first to join the list?

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News from Thai

 

From the UK, THAI will operate special/repatriation flights for passengers that meet the entry regulations for the Kingdom of Thailand, every Sunday and until the end of December 2020

 

- TG917 (London to Bangkok), on 18th and 25th October, 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th November, 6th 13th, 20th and 27th December.

 

In addition, there will be special flights from Bangkok to London, departing every Sunday:

 

- TG916 on 18th and 25th October, 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th November, 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th December.

 

Please note that these flights can only be booked directly with THAI, through or website or, if using existing tickets or travel vouchers through this online form.

 

Furthermore, throughout December, THAI is planning to operate special passenger flights on the following routes:

 

- TG475/TG476 - Bangkok/Sydney/Bangkok. One weekly return flight.

- TG632/TG633 - Bangkok/Taipei/Bangkok. One weekly return flight.

- TG638/TG639 - Bangkok/Hong Kong/Bangkok. One weekly return flight.

- TG642/TG643 - Bangkok/Tokyo (Narita)/Bangkok. Two weekly return flights.

- TG922/TG923 - Bangkok/Frankfurt/Bangkok. One weekly return flight.

- TG950/Tg951 - Bangkok/Copenhagen/Bangkok. One weekly return flight.

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12 minutes ago, herfiehandbag said:

Can't buy fuel outside Thailand?

 

Unpaid landing fees outside Thailand?

 

Risk of bailiffs sticking notices on aircraft outside Thailand?

 

Probably safer to stick to flogging donuts!

You are not far of on the baliffs suggestion.

Thai leased 4 A350-900 from a company called Amadeo Air 4 Plus. I'm pretty sure these are HS-THF/G/H/J

Because this company is quoted on the London Stock Exchange they have to release info on important events which can effect the company.

This was released in May

 

"Further to its announcement of 17 March and 6 April 2020 regarding the lease of four Airbus A350 aircraft to Thai Airways ("Thai") and Thai's request for assistance received by the Company, the Company has been negotiating with Thai regarding a partial deferral of its scheduled lease rental payments for a six month period commencing in April 2020 (the "Rental Payment Deferral") with such deferred payments to then be made good with interest over the following three years."

 

The referred deferral ends in December hence my comment on cash problems and Amadeo have stated that they have had to make a cash contingency in case they have to repossess these aircraft.

And it isn't just donuts they are selling. Thai were a 5 star airline when I first used them in 1983. Years of mismanagement has left them in this state.

 

 

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