Thai Airways International (THAI) on Wednesday (April 29) dismissed rumours that its operations will be suspended for another four months from the end of May.
THAI intends to immediately resume international flights as soon as the Covid-19 situation improves, and services have not been suspended for another four months as has been reported on social media, Squadron Leader Soradej Namruangsri said in his capacity as the airline’s executive vice president for operations. Soradej is also acting executive vice president of THAI’s corporate strategy and sustainable development.
THAI has temporarily suspended operations from April 1 to May 31 in line with measures to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Lockdowns in many countries, Thailand’s state of emergency and the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand’s decision to ban all passenger flights until May 31 has put an end to international travel for the time being.
Source: The Nation
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