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  • EU blacklists Cambodia's Siem Reap and all Angolan carriers


    Cambodia's Siem Reap Airways International and all carriers from Angola have been added to the European Commission's 'blacklist' of banned airlines...


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  • Cambodia's Siem Reap Airways suspending operations


    Cambodia's Siem Reap Airways is temporarily suspending operations, two weeks after it was put on a European Union...


  • Bangkok Airways cuts several international routes


    <P>Thai carrier <A href="http://www.bangkokair.com/index_splash.php">Bangkok&nbsp;Airways</A> is suspending services...


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  • Cambodia's Siem Reap Airways suspending operations

    News | 26 Nov 2008 06:24 | Nicholas Ionides

    Cambodia's Siem Reap Airways is temporarily suspending operations, two weeks after it was put on a European Union blacklist of banned carriers over safety...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Cambodias-Siem-Reap-Airways-suspending-operations-319382/
  • Headline Briefings

    News | 17 Nov 2008 12:00

    EADS expects its Airbus unit to secure orders for more than 850 new aircraft this year, after the aerospace...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Headline-Briefings-318887/
  • EU blacklists Cambodia's Siem Reap and all Angolan carriers

    News | 14 Nov 2008 12:21 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Cambodia's Siem Reap Airways International and all carriers from Angola have been added to the European Commission's 'blacklist' of banned airlines...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/EU-blacklists-Cambodias-Siem-Reap-and-all-Angolan-carriers-318857/
  • Bangkok Airways cuts several international routes

    News | 28 Jul 2008 13:00 | Nicholas Ionides

    <P>Thai carrier <A href="http://www.bangkokair.com/index_splash.php">Bangkok&nbsp;Airways</A> is suspending services on two international routes and reducing frequency on another to help it cope with increases in fuel prices and allow it to allocate capacity elsewhere. </P> <P>Sister carrier Siem Reap Airways is meanwhile suspending services on one international route.</P> <P>A spokesman says from Bangkok that the carrier is suspending services between Bangkok and Shenzhen in China on 15 August and suspending services between Bangkok and Fukuoka in Japan on 1 October.</P> <P>Cambodian sister carrier Siem Reap Airways is suspending services between Siem Reap and Hong Kong on 15 August.</P> <P>In addition, the spokesman says Bangkok Airways will reduce frequency between Bangkok and Hiroshima in Japan on 1 October to two flights per week from three.</P> <P>He says the suspensions come as the airline is seeking to cope with high fuel prices, adding that it will allow it to better allocatehttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Bangkok-Airways-cuts-several-international-routes-226111/
  • Regional Thai

    News | 31 Mar 2002 23:00

    <p>Aggressive pursuit of new opportunities for growth - which includes creating foreign subsidiaries and building its own airports - and a focus on its core market have helped the regional thrive in a difficult profit environment</p> <p>Carriers bemoaning their inability to gain access to major airports must regard Bangkok Airways with awe. Frustrated with the politics that prevented it from flying into Thailand's major tourist destinations, the regional carrier simply set about building its own resort, complete with airport. Coming from obscurity to record profits in a challenging environment, Bangkok Airways continues to prosper by knowing its market and seizing opportunities for growth.</p> <p>Prasert Prasarttong-Osoth - a doctor whose fascination with aviation was born watching Second World War bombers fly overhead - founded the airline as a charter concern in 1968 and converted it to a scheduled carrier in 1989 to capitalise on Thailand's growing tourism sector. One of Prasert'shttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Regional-Thai-145349/
  • Race to launch new Cambodian carrier hots up

    News | 31 Mar 2002 23:00

    <p>NICHOLAS IONIDES SINGAPORE </p> <p>A battle between two groups trying to establish a new carrier in Cambodia has been stepped up, with China's Hainan Airlines agreeing to launch Air Cambodia in partnership with the Phnom Penh government.</p> <p>Fast-growing Hainan, part-owned by an investment fund linked to US financier George Soros, says it will hold 49% of the new carrier. The Cambodian government will hold 41%, while a company identified as Cambodia CTG will have 10%.</p> <p>The Chinese carrier, which claims to be the fourth-largest airline grouping in China, says its new airline will be the only Cambodian operator approved for international flights.</p> <p>Another planned start-up carrier, Mekong Airlines, has, since Hainan's announcement, been seeking clarification from the Cambodian government on what the deal may mean for its plans. Mekong is backed by a group of Australian industry veterans. It was aiming to launch international services from Phnom Penh last month, but whttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Race-to-launch-new-Cambodian-carrier-hots-up-145330/