THAI Board of Directors meeting results

BANGKOK, Thailand - Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) held its Board of Directors Meeting, chaired by Air Chief Marshal Prajin Juntong, THAI’s Chairman of the Board of Directo

THAI Board of Directors meeting results

BANGKOK, Thailand – Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) held its Board of Directors Meeting, chaired by Air Chief Marshal Prajin Juntong, THAI’s Chairman of the Board of Directors, with the following results:

Operating Results for June 2014

The THAI Board of Directors acknowledged the Company’s operating performance for June 2014, whereby international tourist arrivals to Thailand have not returned to normal even though the political situation has eased and the curfew was lifted since 13 June 2014. The fact that several countries still have travel warnings for their citizens to be cautious about traveling to Thailand remains. The result is the reduction in tourist arrivals to Thailand by 24.37 percent compared to the same month last year.

In June 2014, (Not including flight of THAI Smile Airways Company Limited operated under the “WE” airline code) the Company’s Available Seat-Kilometer (ASK) for the entire system decreased 9.9 percent compared to the same month last year. Revenue Passenger-Kilometer (RPK) was lower than last year by 22.9 percent, resulting in a system-wide cabin factor of 59.2 percent which was lower than the same month last year’s average of 69.2 percent.

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However, when including domestic routes operated under the “WE” airline code, Available Seat-Kilometer (ASK) for the entire system decreased 8.2 percent compared to the same month last year. Revenue Passenger-Kilometer (RPK) was lower than last year by 21.4 percent, resulting in an average system-wide cabin factor of 59.3 percent. Cabin factor on regional routes decreased from 73.2 percent to 60.2 percent and on international routes decreased from 66.3 percent to 58.2 percent and on domestic routes decreased from 64.7 percent to 61.3 percent for the same month.

For the Company’s Cargo and Commercial Mail, Revenue Freight Ton-Kilometer (RFTK) increased from last year by 1.9 percent. Available Dead Ton-Kilometer (ADTK) decreased 5.8 percent compared to last year which resulted in a freight load factor including aircraft belly and freighter averaging 54.3 percent, which was higher than last year’s average of 50.3 percent.

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