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Thai Airways Reports July 2014 Performance

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Inbound and outbound air traffic through Suvarnabhumi Airport in July 2014 was higher than in June 2014, but 19.7% lower than in July last year.

In July 2014, Thai Airways adjusted flight frequencies to better reflect actual travel demand by lowering production capacity. Available Seat-Kilometers (ASKs) including that of Thai Smile Airways was lower by 5.4% as compared to the same month last year.

Revenue Passenger-Kilometers (RPKs) including that of Thai Smile Airways was 11.8% lower than the same month last year. RPKs on Asian routes was 15.1% lower, 12.1% lower on domestic routes, and 9.2% lower than the same month last year on international routes.

Cabin Factor including that of Thai Smile Airways averaged 70.2% which was lower than last years average of 75.3%.

For the companys cargo and commercial mail, available dead ton-kilometers (ADTKs), including aircraft belly and freighter, was 2.5% lower than the same month last year.

Revenue Freight Ton-Kilometer (RFTKs) was 5.3% higher than the same month last year which resulted in a Freight Load Factor averaging 51.2%, which was higher than last years average of 47.4%.

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