Thai Airways Aims To Combat Cargo Slump With New Fleet Mix
With Thai Airways International’s cargo business struggling with reduced demand for global air freight, the carrier is reshuffling its freighter mix in an effort to keep operating costs down. “Thai’s dedicated cargo business is down a lot, but we are still doing good in belly-hold cargo,” Thai...
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