Thai Aviation Industry Braces For Coup’s Ramifications

The Thailand army’s May 22 takeover has triggered tighter security and identity checks at airports, and carriers are bracing for longer-term challenges--such a prolonged dips in traffic--if routine travel and tourism slump. The chairman of Airports of Thailand (AOT), Sita Divari, said that “despite...

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