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Thai Airways denies reports 200 pilots have suddenly quit

It says about 30 pilots have resigned so far this year

Excess baggage: The airline posted losses for five straight quarters. It plans to shed more than a quarter of its full-time employees by 2018.

[BANGKOK] Thai Airways International Pcl, whose earnings have been hit by fierce competition and high operating costs, denied local media reports that 200 pilots have suddenly left the company due to concerns over the carrier's finances. It is untrue that 200 pilots have left the company, First

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