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105. Thai Airways Reports Q1 and Q2 2020 Results
Thai Airways and its subsidiaries have reported Q1 and Q2 2020 results. Total revenue for the first quarter was THB 38,001 million (approximately THB 31 equals US$1), THB 11,790 million (23.7%) less than the same period last year.
106. Thai Airways Takes Delivery of 5th Airbus A350
Thai Airways has taken delivery of its fifth Airbus A350 XWB. The aircraft, which is powered with Rolls Royce Trent XWB engines, can accommodate a total of 321 passengers. There are 32 seats in Royal Silk Class and 289 in Economy Class.
107. Thai Airways Takes Delivery of Second Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner
Thai Airways has taken delivery of its second Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft, royally bestowed the name PHROM BURI under aircraft registration No. HS-TWB.
108. Thai Airways and Thai Smile Receive Safety & Health Administration (SHA) Logo
Thai Airways and Thai Smile have become the first airlines in the Kingdom of Thailand to receive the Safety & Health Administration (SHA) logo.
109. Thai Airways Extends Validity of ROP Mileage
Thai Airways has extended the mileage validity for Royal Orchid Plus (ROP) members. ROP mileage expiring at the end of March, June and September 2020 can now be used for award redemption up to 31 December 2020.
110. Thai Airways Flies More Stranded Thais Home
Thai Airways flew more stranded Thai people home last week with special repatriation flights taking place from Australia, Indonesia and New Zealand.
111. Thai Airways Appoints Chansin Treenuchagron as Acting President
Thai Airways has appointed Mr. Chansin Treenuchagron, a new member of the airline's Board of Directors, as Acting President, effective 2 July 2020.
112. Thai Airways Causes Confusion with COVID19 Certificate Requirement
Thai Airways has announced that travellers from high risk areas need to produce a certificate, signed by a doctor, to prove that they do not have the novel coronavirus which causes COVID19.

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