Thai Airways to request more time for revamp

Thai Airways plans to trim costs by another 30% next year

BANGKOK: Thai Airways International (Thai) will ask the central bankruptcy court to extend the deadline for submission of its business rehabilitation plan by a month, from Jan 2 to Feb 2, according to acting president Chansin Treenuchagron.

Chansin said he was confident the carrier could carry out the plan successfully.

According to law, the rehabilitation plan must be fully implemented in five years, after which the rehab process can be extended twice for one year each time.

The carrier has continued to see revenue from both its aviation and non-aviation businesses, said the acting president.

He said Thai planned to trim costs by another 30% next year. — The Nation/ANN.

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