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Thai Airways International Reports March 2011 Traffic

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Thai Airways Internationals Available Seat-Kilometer (ASK) for March 2011 was 3.3% higher than in March 2010, and was 10% higher than in February 2011.

Revenue Passenger-Kilometer (RPK) for March 2011 was 4.3% lower than in March 2010, and was 3.5% higher than in February 2011.

Cabin Factor for March 2011 averaged at 73%, which was 7.4% lower than in March 2010.

For the period from January to March 2011, the Available Seat Kilometer (ASK) was 2.8% higher than the same period the previous year, and was 0.8% lower than Fourth Quarter in 2010.

The Revenue Passenger Kilometer (RPK) was 3.5% lower than the same period in 2010, and was 2.2% higher than Fourth Quarter 2010.

The Cabin Factor averaged at 76.1%, which was 6.1% lower than the same period in 2010, and was 3% higher than Fourth Quarter 2010.

Available Dead Load Ton-Kilometers (ADTK) for March 2011 was 15.8% higher than in March 2010, and 16.8% higher than February 2011.

Revenue Freight Ton-Kilometers (RFTK) for March 2011 was 9.1% higher than in March 2010, and was 23.9% higher than February 2011.

Freight Load Factor for March 2011 averaged at 60.1%, which was 6% lower than March 2010, and was 6.2% higher than February 2011.

Available Dead Load Ton-Kilometers (ADTK) for January to March 2011 was 12.5% higher than the same period in 2010, and 4.3% lower than Fourth Quarter 2010.

Revenue Freight Ton-Kilometers (RFTK) for January-March 2011 was 7.4% higher than the same period in 2010, and 9.9% lower than Fourth Quarter 2010.

Freight Load Factor for January-March 2011 averaged at 56.9%, which was 4.6% lower than the same period in 2010, and was 5.9% lower than Fourth Quarter 2010.

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