Today’s crash involving a Bangkok Airways ATR 72-500 does not appear to be as serious as bad as it could have been, but the incident once again puts the spotlight on the Thai airline industry.
The civil aviation authorities have been trying their best to get the safety standards up in recent years, and this will only bring that into question once again. It will be interesting to see what the investigation brings up.
Bangkok Airways crash puts spotlight on Thailand again
By Siva Govindasamy on 4 August, 2009 in Uncategorised
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