SINGAPORE—Thai AirAsia (TAA) will be receiving its first pair of Airbus A321neos in December 2019, as the airline seeks to overcome saturated infrastructure in its Bangkok hub. The airline reported a THB416.6 million ($13.5 million) net loss for the 2019 third quarter (Q3), attributable, the company said, to sluggish tourism growth in the Kingdom. However, Thai AirAsia executive chairman Tassapon Bijleveld, speaking Nov. 14 at the CAPA Asia Aviation Summit here, is confident that TAA ...


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