Thailand's Bangkok Airways will suspend services on four international routes.
On 25 October, it will suspend its daily Bangkok-Ho Chi Minh City and twice-weekly Bangkok-Xian services. It will suspend its twice-weekly Bangkok-Hiroshima service on 27 October, and its four-times-weekly Bangkok-Guilin service on 10 November.
These changes will help it to "accommodate itself to the market situation", says the carrier. Bangkok Airways operates either Airbus A319 or A320 aircraft on the four routes.