Thai Airways confirms it will cut its sole remaining U.S. route as part of a larger network reshuffle tied to its two-year transformation plan. The carrier was tipped to be ending its loss-making flights to Los Angeles and Rome, and has now formally announced these changes (Aviation Daily, July 23). The airline is suspending a number of long-haul routes as it moves to streamline its operation and improve its financial health. Thai’s four weekly flights from Bangkok to Los Angeles via ...

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