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Old December 12th, 2004, 04:38 AM   #1
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Thai Airways International reports Financial Results for Fiscal Year 2004

Thai Airways International has reported its financial results for fiscal year 2004 ending September 2004, with a net profit of 10,077 million Baht.

Mr. Kanok Abhiradee, THAI’s President, said that THAI’s financial results for fiscal year 2004 (October 2003 – September 2004) resulted in total revenues from the sale of goods and the rendering of services of 152,603 million Baht and THAI realized a net profit of 10,077 million Baht, a decrease of 2,002 million Baht or 16.6 percent compared to last fiscal year. This translated into earnings per share of 6.14 Baht for fiscal year 2004 through to the end of September 2004 compared to earnings per share of 8.63 Baht during last year’s fiscal year.

Revenues from the sale of goods and the rendering of services of the company increased from last year by 18,067 million Baht or 13.4 percent. This resulted from an increase in profits primarily in the area of passenger services, due to expansion of the company’s network to more destinations in efforts to reach more areas around the world, those being Sendai, Japan; Bangalore, India; Chiang Rung, China; Luang Prabang, Laos; and Milan, Italy.

In addition, the company increased flight frequencies to support increased passenger traffic, such as Bangkok-Seoul, Bangkok-Copenhagen, Bangkok-London, Bangkok-Frankfurt, Bangkok-Munich, and other routes. Operating expenses increased from 117,230 million Baht to 132,206 million Baht, when compared to the same period last year at 14,976 million Baht or 12.8 percent, mainly from the increased cost of jet fuel due to adjustments in jet fuel price that rose approximately 22.8 percent. As well, the company experienced a foreign exchange loss at 2,179 million Baht due to a weakened Baht.
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THAI arranges Special Flights for Haj Pilgrimage

Thai Airways International is arranging 8 special flights to transport Muslims from Thailand to Makkah in Saudi Arabia to participate in the Haj, a Muslim Pilgrimage.

THAI will operate 8 Flights on the route Hat Yai – Jeddah v.v., utilizing Airbus A300-600 aircraft.

In order to facilitate passengers’ comfort and convenience, THAI has also arranged special ground and inflight services to assist passengers traveling with THAI during this period, with medical kits and inflight information guides available for Muslim passengers.
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Thai Airways International Kicks Off 7 Campaigns to Stop Low Season

Thai Airways International is launching 7 promotional campaigns to boost sales and tourist arrivals into Thailand during the traditional low season between April and July 2005.

Mr. Abhiradee said that in order to promote the Thailand tourism industry and sales for travel to THAI's new destinations, THAI's Commercial Department joined hands with business alliances to create 7 sales promotion activities to boost the travel market during low season and to attract tourist to travel to Thailand as follows:

Sales Promotion Campaigns During Low Season:

- Revisiting Thailand 2005, On board lucky draws of 20,000 tickets will be distributed on all of THAI's inbound flights to Thailand during December 2004 - July 2005 to attract passengers to re-visit Thailand during April-July 2005

- Visit Your Love One, Royal Orchid Holidays Stop Over Special Fare Package to invite passengers from Greece and Italy travelling to Australia and New Zealand to stop over in Thailand as a transit destination between January and September 2005

- Homecoming, a Special Royal Orchid Holidays Package created for Thais living overseas to visit Thailand during May - June 2005

- Corporate Traveller, join hands in a business alliance in Thailand to persuade overseas corporations and international companies in Thailand, to organize meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions (MICE) in Thailand during April-July 2005

- Easy Travel Pack, a Royal Orchid Holidays Package offered to 45,000 London underground staff who are entitled to 48 vacation days to visit Thailand with the term of payment by Barclays Bank

Thailand Tourism Promotional Campaigns:

- Wedding Events and Packages

- A Lanna Wedding in Chiang Mai theme will be promoted, through a special Royal Orchid Holidays Package with emphasis on Northern Culture and Tradition as the selling point for European, Asian, Australian, and North American markets

- An Underwater Wedding in Trang theme will be promoted, Through a special Royal Orchid Holidays Package for couples and companions

- Star Alliance CEO Meeting in Chiang Mai during 11-13 December 2004, during which THAI will announce cooperation for Happiness Thailand Year 2005
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Old December 12th, 2004, 04:59 AM   #4
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Thai Airways International and Bangkok Airways launch codeshare

Bangkok Airways has entered into a codeshare agreement with Thai Airways International on the routes Chiang Mai-Mae Hong Son and Chiang Mai–Luang Prabang. Bangkok Airways will also codeshare on THAI operated flights between Bangkok–Krabi and Bangkok- Phuket during 1-20 December 2004.

Mr. Vasing Kittikul, THAI’s Executive Vice President for Commercial, said that in response to the growing demand of tourists going to Mae Hong Son and Luang Prabang during the holiday season, THAI requested Bangkok Airways to assist with codeshare service on the following routes:

- Bangkok Airways operated flights between Chiang Mai and Mae Hong Son v.v. for a total of 25 flights per week, utilizing ATR-72 aircraft with capacity of 70 seats.

- Bangkok Airways operated flights between Chiang Mai and Luang Prabang for a total of 3 flights per week, utilizing ATR-72 with capacity of 70 seats

Additionally, codeshare services on THAI operated flights between Bangkok - Krabi with a daily flight and Bangkok – Phuket with a total of 14 flights per week will be implemented, utilizing B737-400 aircraft with capacity of 149 seats.
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Old December 17th, 2004, 04:33 AM   #6
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Thai Airways adds 17,000 Seats for New Year period

16 December 2004


Thai Airways International is to increase its flight frequency to Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket, and Krabi during the peak holiday season between 29 December 2004 and 4 January 2005.

Mr. Kanok Abhiradee, THAI’s President, said in order to accommodate passenger demand during the new year period, THAI will add 36 supplementary flights as well as change aircraft types, which can accommodate 17,000 passengers or 18.06 percent of the normal capacity of 94,578 seats. Flight details are as follows:

Bangkok – Chiang Mai, v.v.: additional 7 flights on 30, 31 December 2004 and 2, 3, January 2005. Change to bigger aircraft for 2 flights, on 30 December 2004 and 3 January 2005

Bangkok – Chiang Rai, v.v.: additional 4 flights on 30, 31 December 2004 and 2, 3 January 2005. Change to bigger aircraft for 5 flights, on 30, 31 December 2004 and 2, 3 January 2005

Bangkok - Phuket, v.v.: additional 10 flights on 29, 30, 31 December 2004 and 1, 2, 3, 4 January 2005. Change to bigger aircraft for 7 flights on 30, 31 December 2004 and 1, 2, 3, 4 January 2005

Bangkok – Krabi, v.v. : additional 6 flights on 29, 30, 31 December 2004 and 1, 2, 3 January 2005.
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Thai Airways Seea Improved Revenues

December 17, 2004

Thai Airways expects its revenues to rise 5 percent in the October 2004/September 2005 fiscal year from the previous year, its chairman said on Friday.

"Our revenue growth rate for this year should be about five percent," Thai Airways chairman Thanong Bidaya told reporters after a shareholders meeting.

The majority state-owned airline had revenue of 150 billion baht (USD$3.82 billion) in the previous fiscal year and a net profit of 10.08 billion baht (USD$256.5 million), down 17 percent on the year.

Thanong said the projected revenue would be helped by new routes in 2005 as it would receive five more aircraft during the fiscal year. It has 83 aircraft now.

Thai Airways has said the new planes will help expand its services to Europe, the United States and Australia.

The national carrier wants to increase capacity to cities such as London, Frankfurt and Munich by replacing smaller planes with bigger ones or adding flights.

The airline also plans to launch non-stop flights to the United States and Russia next year.

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Old December 26th, 2004, 12:55 PM   #8
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Thai Airways International in Festive Spirits

Thai Airways International is to offer special inflight services for passengers celebrating Christmas 2004 and other festivals in 2005.

Mr. Nikom Raviyan, THAI’s Vice President, Inflight Services & Cabin Crew Development, said that THAI would celebrate festivals by holding a 'Fun in Festival' project to offer special services on board and to provide all passengers with satisfactory services. THAI’s cabin crew will wear festive costumes and present special gifts to passengers on selected flights. In addition, there will be special inflight entertainment and documentaries programme as well as festive meals offered on board during festivals such as Christmas, Thai New Year’s Day (Songkran Day), Korean Honeymoon and Mother’s Day.

The activities for these celebrations will start Christmas Eve. THAI will offer the 'Fun in Festival' services on return flights to and from USA, Europe, Australia and on some routes in Asia. The cabin crew will be dressed in Santa Claus costumes giving chocolate treats to all passengers and special presents for certain lucky travellers.

THAI will serve special meals to passengers in all classes on every flight departing from Bangkok to destinations in Europe, Australia and China. Selected main course includes braised nut ham with Bourbon sauce and Xmas pudding brandy sauce for dessert which will also be served on flights from Bangkok to India.

Passengers traveling on flights from Bangkok to Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and destinations in the middle-east on every class will be served with Log cake as special festive treat.
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Thai Airways Resumes Flights to Phuket After 6-Hour Suspension

Dec. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Thai Airways International Pcl, the country's biggest carrier, resumed flying to the resort of Phuket, where at least 118 people have died after an earthquake in Indonesian unleashed tidal waves, following a six-hour suspension.

Thai Airways canceled five flights and one returned to Bangkok after the waves hit. The remaining four flights to Phuket today will fly as scheduled, the Bangkok-based carrier said in a statement. Phuket airport, operated by the Airports of Thailand Pcl, was forced to close at 11:30 a.m. It resumed services at 5 p.m.

The airline plans to fly larger aircraft to transport passengers from Phuket. An 8.9-magnitude earthquake, the fifth strongest in a century, struck the Indonesian island of Sumatra, resulting in giant tidal waves that killed more than 3,000 people in India, Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia.

About 168 people were killed in southern Thailand and surrounding areas, including Phi Phi island, Agence France-Presse reported, citing officials. At least 100 people taking diving holidays off Thailand were feared dead, the BBC said.

The Indonesia earthquake, which struck about 7 a.m. local time, was centered offshore about 1,605 kilometers (1,000 miles) northwest of Jakarta at a depth of 10 kilometers, the U.S. Geological Survey said on its Web site.

Phuket attracted as many as 4 million tourists last year, almost two-fifths of all visitors to Thailand, according to local tourist officials. Tourists come to visit Phuket's beaches, dive sites with whale sharks and turtles, and tours to the location of a James Bond movie.
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Thai Airways International Transports Relief Team to Phuket

26 December 2004


Due to the earthquake in Indonesia that resulted in destruction and loss in many areas in Southern Thailand, Thai Airways International has provided natural disaster support by transporting doctors and nurses as well as medical equipment to Phuket.

Mr. Kanok Abhiradee, THAI’s President, said that due to the natural disaster in the Southern Thailand, today THAI transported more of the relief team to Phuket that included doctors and nurses as well as medical equipment to be used in disaster relief. The relief team departed Bangkok on flight TG201 and TG921 at 07.00 and 08.00 hours respectively and arrived in Phuket at 08.20 and 09.20 hours respectively. Furthermore, THAI also flew members of “FAST” (Family Assistance & Support Team) to assist passengers waiting for flights at Phuket International Airport and at THAI’s office in Phuket.

In addition, THAI and its Crisis Management & Operations Centre (CMOC) have arranged a relief centre at its Head Office to receive support such as consumer products and first-aid kits as well as to encourage THAI employees to donate blood at the Red Cross. Interested persons may call (66) (0) 2545 3181.
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does TG have PTVs in their planes ?
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Thai Airways International works with TAT

to transport the injured and passengers from the South to Bangkok


27 December 2004


Thai Airways International is working with the Tourism Authority of Thailand to provide complementary transportation for Thai people and expatriates affected by the natural disaster in Southern Thailand.

Complementary transportation will be provided to Bangkok for those injured and in need of medical treatment, which includes transport of the deceased. Passengers and the injured will be transported from Phuket and Krabi by THAI flights to Bangkok for treatment at hospitals in Bangkok, those being Bhumibol Adulyadej Hospital, Thammasat Rangsit Center Hospital, and others, effective during the afternoon of 27 December 2004 onwards.

THAI’s normal flights to and from Southern Thailand will be operated as follows:

Phuket

Bangkok – Phuket at 9 flights per day
Phuket – Bangkok at 14 flights per day

Krabi

Bangkok – Krabi at 4 flights per day
Krabi – Bangkok at 4 flights per day

Passengers and the injured seeking transportation to Bangkok or those seeking to transport the deceased to Bangkok may contact THAI’s Office at Phuket International Airport at Tel. (66) (76) 205-335, (66 )(76) 327-194 or THAI’s town office in Phuket at Tel. (66) (76) 212-400, (66) (76) 211-195.

THAI has established a Help Desk Center at the Domestic Terminal of Bangkok International Airport at Tel. (66) (2) 535-7670 to 3.
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does TG have PTVs in their planes ?
Don't have PTV for every aircraft until for each new one is come as planned upon delivery
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I travelled from AKL-BKK in a B747-200 in business class and there were none, just a pull down screen.
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Increases Special Flights and Changes Aircraft Type to Facilitate Passengers in Phuke

Thai Airways International is to use larger aircraft and has added 2 special flights between Bangkok and Phuket to facilitate passengers and the injured affected by the devastating Tsunami waves.

Change of aircraft type for flights routed Phuket-Bangkok:

Flight TG218 departs Phuket at 1845 hours and arrives in Bangkok at 2020 hours, with a change to larger aircraft type utilizing Boeing 777-300 aircraft equipped with 388 seats, 49 in business class and 339 in economy class.

Flight TG216 departs Phuket at 2135 hours and arrives in Bangkok at 2300 hours, with a change to larger aircraft type utilizing Boeing 747-400 aircraft equipped with 389 seats, 64 in business class and 326 in economy class.

Increase special flights routed Phuket-Bangkok, to transport passengers and injured

Flight TG SOS1 departs Phuket at 1915 hours and arrives in Bangkok at 2035 hours utilizing Boeing 777-200 aircraft equipped with 358 seats.

Flight TG SOS2 departs Phuket at 0120 hours and arrives in Bangkok at 0240 hours utilizing Boeing 747-400 aircraft that equipped with 389 seats.
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Flies Emergency Relief to Phuket and Krabi

9 December 2004


Today Thai Airways International packed shipments of emergency supplies, food, water, and clothing donated by the general public, entertainment industry, THAI employees, THAI Employees Association, and THAI Employees Union.

The emergency aid shipment will be transported on board THAI’s flights to Phuket and Krabi.

Thai Airways is inviting people to make donations. Those wishing to provide donations can contribute in the form of clothes, dry or canned food, drinking water, and necessary personal items for those affected by the killer Tsunamo waves in Southern Thailand. Donors may contact THAI’s Security Office on a 24 hour basis or by calling Tel. (02) 545-2535 to 7 during business hours. Those making donations are requested to provide an itemized list of goods donated on all boxes in order to facilitate separation and categorizing of donated items.
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Thai Airways Nov passenger loads up from Oct

BANGKOK, Dec 29 (Reuters) - Thai Airways International PCL said on Wednesday it filled 74.9 percent of its seats in November, up from the previous month and the same period a year earlier.

The national carrier said in a statement it filled 73 percent of its seats in October and 72.3 percent in November 2003.

It carried 1.661 million passengers in November, up from a revised 1.63 million in October, but down slightly from 1.663 million in the same period last year, the airline said.

It filled 70.6 percent of passenger and cargo capacity in November, up from 68.5 percent a year earlier and 69.8 percentin October, said the airline, whose financial year runs from October 1 to September 30.

Major rival Singapore Airlines said it carried 1.38 million passengers in November and Cathay Pacific said it carried 1.19 million passengers in the same month.

On Wednesday, Thai Airways shares fell 0.52 percent to 47.75 baht, while the overall stock market rose 0.31 percent. ($1=39.05 baht)
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