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Thai aviation industry to see increased demand for low-cost flights


Thai aviation is running hot again despite the affects of social and political disruptions and likely to report one of its best years in 2010 on the back of regional economic improvement and growing tourism. [1914 words]

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  • Thai AirAsia to slow growth in 2011; net profit of USD40m in 2010
  • 'Surprisingly strong' results in 2Q2010
  • Thai AirAsia to make Chiang Mai third hub
  • Thai AirAsia to be listed in mid-2011
  • Thai Airways should focus on being a premium airline: AirAsia
  • Krung Thai Bank interested in acquiring stake in Nok Air
  • Nok to expand fleet as part of growth plans
  • Orient Thai Airlines officially removes One-Two-GO brand
  • Growth returning with Thai Tiger to provide further boost

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  • Domestic capacity share (seats) breakdown by carrier: Oct-2010
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