A boost in tourism to Thailand was a significant factor behind Bangkok Airways’ improved figures for the first half of 2018, the Thai regional carrier said. Net profit was 4.5% up at THB637.3 million ($19.2 million) compared to the same period in 2017. First-half revenues were also up 4.5% at slightly more than THB14 billion. The improvement in revenues was broken down into a 2.3% growth in the company’s airline business, plus a 7.3% rise in both the ...

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