It finally happened: Thai Airways has filed for Bankruptcy Protection in Bangkok’s Central Bankruptcy Court on Tuesday and the petition was accepted on Wednesday afternoon.
It all started on Tuesday when Thai Airways went to court and then Wednesday their petition was accepted according to Bangkok Post.
The Central Bankruptcy Court accepted a Thai Airways International (THAI) debt rehabilitation petition on Wednesday amid concerns of a technical setback after one of the airline’s board members poised to be made a rehab planner resigned.
Thai Airways International (THAI) has admitted that debt rehabilitation has kept it from refunding customers for unused tickets.
Thai Airways website has been updated to the affect that they will put THAI Smile back into service on June 1st, serving some domestic routes.

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