Thai Airways reported a net loss of THB3.1 billion ($93 million) for the quarter, an improvement of 40.7% from the same period last year. One of the major reasons for the smaller deficit was a reduction in losses related to foreign exchange. The carrier lost THB431 million in this category, THB2 billion less than last year. Overall revenue was up 4.6% to THB47.2 billion, with passenger revenue rising 0.7% and freight revenue increasing 13.9%. The carrier gained about THB1.3 billion in ...

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