Thai Airways Looks Beyond Flying For Revenue

Allowing the public to experience its flight simulator is one way Thai Airways is looking to generate revenue.
Credit: Thai Airways
With its aircraft still grounded and borders closed, Thai Airways is trying to think out of the box, introducing a host of new alternative revenue streams with wheels still firmly on the ground. The flag-carrier is opening its doors to aspiring pilots, cabin crew and chefs, charging them between...
Chen Chuanren

Chen Chuanren is the Southeast Asia and China Editor for the Aviation Week Network’s (AWN) Air Transport World (ATW) and the Asia-Pacific Defense Correspondent for AWN, joining the team in 2017.

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