THAI.BK - Thai Airways International Public Company Limited

Thailand - Thailand Delayed Price. Currency in THB
9.05
-0.05 (-0.55%)
At close: 4:38PM ICT
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Previous Close9.10
Open9.25
Bid9.05 x 0
Ask9.10 x 0
Day's Range9.05 - 9.25
52 Week Range8.50 - 16.30
Volume1,251,900
Avg. Volume2,457,284
Market Cap19.754B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.78
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-8.10
Earnings DateMar 1, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2013-03-13
1y Target Est14.80
  • Thai airlines' losses widen on weak tourism, strong baht
    Reuters

    Thai airlines' losses widen on weak tourism, strong baht

    Bangkok Airways and smaller Thai carriers have reported surging second-quarter losses as they reeled from a decline in Chinese tourists and a strengthening baht currency. Bangkok Airways said late on Tuesday that its second-quarter loss amounted to 698 million baht, against an 82 million baht loss for the same period a year earlier. The airline's president, Puttipong Prasarttong-Osoth, said on Wednesday that the carrier's revenue dropped 4.2% due to slow growth in international tourist arrivals and the strengthening of the Thai baht, adding that in the second half of the year the carrier aims to increase online ticket sales via e-commerce platforms like Shopee.

  • Reuters

    Some 2,000 travellers still stranded in Bangkok after flights disrupted

    About 2,000 travellers were still stranded in the Thai capital Bangkok on Friday and it will take a few more days to get them home after flights were disrupted by the latest conflict between Pakistan and India, airline officials said. Thai Airways International canceled more than a dozen flights to European cities -- including London, Paris, Milan, Zurich and Frankfurt -- after Pakistan closed its airspace on Wednesday amid rising tensions with India. "There are still about 2,000 passengers," Thai Airways President Sumeth Damrongchaitham told reporters at a briefing to announce the company's financial results.

  • Reuters

    India welcomes Pakistan's return of captured pilot, as powers urge de-escalation

    NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Indian military officials said on Thursday they welcomed Pakistan's planned return of a captured pilot, but refused to confirm they would de-escalate a conflict between the two nuclear powers. The pilot, identified as Wing Commander Abhinandan, became the human face of the flare-up over the contested region of Kashmir following the release of videos showing him being captured and later held in custody. "We are happy our pilot is being released," said Air Vice Marshal RGK Kapoor, at a joint news conference of India's three armed forces on Thursday evening.

  • Reuters

    Thousands stranded in Bangkok as flights affected by India Pakistan tensions

    Thousands of travellers were stranded in Bangkok on Thursday when Thai Airways International cancelled more than a dozen flights to and from Europe after Pakistan closed its airspace amid rising tensions with India. Thai Airways flights resumed by Thursday afternoon after the airline secured permission to reroute flights over Chinese airspace, but it could take up to three days to clear a backlog of 3,000 passengers, an airline official said. Flights to and from London, Munich, Paris, Brussels, Milan, Vienna, Stockholm, Zurich, Copenhagen, Oslo, Frankfurt and Rome had been scheduled to fly over Pakistani airspace on Thursday, Thai Airways said in a statement.

  • Reuters

    Thai Airways cancels Europe flights due to Pakistani airspace closure

    Thai Airways International said on Thursday it had cancelled more than a dozen flights to Europe after Pakistan closed its airspace amid rising tensions with India, with both claiming to have shot down the other's military jets. Thai flights to and from cities in Europe were cancelled because they had been scheduled to fly over Pakistani airspace on Thursday, Thai Airways said in a statement. In addition, all flights to and from Pakistan were cancelled on Thursday, the airline said.

  • Reuters

    Thai AirAsia owner in talks to buy stake in rival Nok Air

    Thailand's Asia Aviation PCL , the majority owner of low-cost carrier Thai AirAsia, on Monday said it was in talks to buy a stake in rival Nok Airlines PCL, sending Nok's share price up as much as 13 percent. The announcement comes as a tourism boom in Thailand stokes competition among carriers.

  • Flightglobal

    ​Thai frets about reputational damage from grounded 787s

    Thai Airways International is concerned about the reputational damage caused by persistent engine issues with its Boeing 787-8 fleet.

  • Reuters

    Thai Airways looks at A350, 777X for fleet renewal: executive

    Thai Airways International PCL (THAI.BK) is considering the purchase of Airbus SE (AIR.PA) A350s or Boeing Co (BA.N) 777X jets as part of a plan to renew its widebody fleet, a senior executive said on Friday. The airline submitted a plan to its government to buy 23 jets worth 100 billion baht ($3.07 billion) including some widebodies, but it was last month sent back to the new Thai Airways leadership team for a three-month review. "Hopefully the figures will not change too much because we need room for expansion," Thai Airways Vice President Alliances and Commercial Strategy Krittaphon Chantalitanon said of the order size on the sidelines of an industry conference.

  • Reuters

    Thai Airways looks at A350, 777X for fleet renewal - exec

    Thai Airways International PCL is considering the purchase of Airbus SE A350s or Boeing Co 777X jets as part of a plan to renew its widebody fleet, a senior executive said on Friday. The airline submitted a plan to its government to buy 23 jets worth 100 billion baht ($3.07 billion) including some widebodies, but it was last month sent back to the new Thai Airways leadership team for a three-month review. "Hopefully the figures will not change too much because we need room for expansion," Thai Airways Vice President Alliances and Commercial Strategy Krittaphon Chantalitanon said of the order size on the sidelines of an industry conference.