Thai Airways International this month will embark on a massive expansion adding 27 cities by 2007 to its existing network of 72 destinations in 37 countries. Starting Oct. 26, the airline will launch four weekly flights to Chennai, its fourth point in India, and Bangalore will come on line in March. In April 2004, Thai plans to serve Moscow, becoming the first carrier in Southeast Asia to do so. It sees Russia as big market and has signed bilateral agreements with four Russian ...
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