Thai Airways International is aiming for a 20% revenue increase and a pretax profit of Bt4.3b next year. THAI’s board and management adopted the new target as part of its five-year strategic plan to end the flag carrier’s financial woes and put it back on track as a leading global airline. Next year, the airline targets revenues of Bt193b, a 20.7% rise over this year’s expected total of Bt153b. A target of Bt32b was set for next year’s pre-tax earnings.
Thai Airways confident of 2010 revenue surge
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