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  • Bangkok Airways signs for nine ATR 72s

    ​Bangkok Airways has signed an agreement for nine ATR 72-600s, sources close to the discussions say.

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  • Thai Airways to increase flight frequencies on some routes

    Thai Airways plans to increase frequencies on several routes starting 28 October. The Star Alliance member will...

  • ATR delivers 1,000th aircraft to Air Nostrum

    Regional turboprop manufacturer ATR handed over its 1000th aircraft - an ATR 72-600 - to Spanish airline Air Nostrum in...

  • ATR makes 900th delivery

    Regional turboprop specialist ATR has delivered its 900th aircraft - and expects to break the 1,000 barrier within two...

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  • Aeroflot, Bangkok Airways start codeshare

    News | 17 Oct 2014 03:06 | Firdaus Hashim

    Aeroflot Russian Airlines has placed its code on some domestic services operated by Bangkok Airways since 29 September.
  • Bangkok Airways aims to raise $430m from new shares

    News | 06 Oct 2014 13:18 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    ​Bangkok Airways’ initial public offering is being priced at Bt23-27 ($0.70-0.83) per share, the carrier’s filing documentation to the Bangkok stock exchange shows.
  • Used jet aircraft transactions: 22-29 September 2014

    News | 29 Sep 2014 07:56 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ​Air France sells another 747-400ERF
  • Bangkok Airlines to IPO in October

    News | 22 Sep 2014 09:58 | Firdaus Hashim

    Bangkok Airways is preparing to conduct an initial public offering (IPO), which will take place in October.
  • Bangkok Airways to begin new services out of Chiang Mai

    News | 16 Sep 2014 01:51 | Firdaus Hashim

    ​Bangkok Airways will begin new services out of Chiang Mai, starting 26 October.
  • ANALYSIS: Aircraft deliveries push Thai carriers to the wall

    News | 10 Sep 2014 09:58 | Greg Waldron

    ​Airlines have complained about political upheaval in Thailand during the first half of 2014 hurting yields and inflicting losses, but capacity figures suggest they bear some of the blame for their misery.