The aviation sector in Thailand has been characteristically turbulent, beset by various financial crises, domestic political instability and unrest and increasing competition with the entrance of several LCCs in the region. However, Thailand serves as a major hub for European traffic and the new Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport is concrete evidence that the country is firmly planting itself alongside Singapore in the fierce competition for the Kangaroo route and other European traffic. The national flag carrier, and Thailand’s largest carrier is Thai Airways International, which services an extensive route network from its hub and base at Suvarnabhumi Airport.
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