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Airports Of Thailand QTRLY Loss Attributable 3.64 Bln Baht
Airports Of Thailand Expects Total Number Of 335,459 Flights & 31.90 Million Passengers In 2021
Airports Of Thailand Posts Qtrly Loss Attribuatble 3.44 Bln Baht Versus Profit Of 7.33 Bln Baht
Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited is a Thailand-based company engaged in airport business and other services related to airport operation. The Company operates two principal business segments, which are airport business and hotel business. The Company develops and manages Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, Phuket and Mae Fah Luang Chiang Rai airports. The Company’s operations involve both aeronautical and non-aeronautical activities. The aeronautical activities are associated with air-traffic movements, such as landing, parking, passenger services and aircraft services. The non-aeronautical activities include office and state property rents, services and concession. The Company is also involved in the development and operations of hotels near Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang airports. The Company’s subsidiary includes Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel Company Limited.
333 Cherdwutagard Road
Srikan, Don Mueang
Independent Chairman of the Board
President, Secretary of the Board of Director and Director
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Executive Vice President - Accounting and Finance
Executive Vice President Accounting and Finance 1 and Acting Vice President, Budgeting Department
Senior Executive Vice President - Human Resources and Administration
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Airports of Thailand Pcl on Tuesday booked its worst quarter ever after volumes plummeted due to coronavirus-related restrictions.
Airports of Thailand (AOT) said it expects passenger numbers and revenue to fall by 50% in 2020 as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
* AIRPORTS OF THAILAND UPDATES ON AIR TRAFFIC FORECASTS FOLLOWING IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS DISEASE
* CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY OF THAILAND ADDS PHUKET INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO LIST OF AIRPORTS READY FOR TAKEOFFS FROM 13 JUNE Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reuters.Briefs@thomsonreuters.com)
* CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY OF THAILAND EXTENDED TEMPORARY BAN ON ALL INTERNATIONAL PASSENGER FLIGHTS TO THAILAND TO 30 JUNE Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* CAAT ISSUED LETTER EXTENDING TEMPORARY BAN ON ALL INTERNATIONAL PASSENGER FLIGHTS TO THAILAND TO 11.59 P.M. OF 31 MAY 2020. Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* ASSISTANCE MEASURES FOR AIRLINES AFFECTED BY CORONAVIRUS MAY DECREASE CO'S 2020 REVENUE BY AROUND 17%
* RESOLVED TO APPROVE ASSISTANCE MEASURES FOR CONCESSIONAIRES AND AIRLINES AFFECTED BY COVID-19
State-owned Airports of Thailand Pcl said on Thursday it would offer new measures for airlines and businesses to mitigate the impact of the decline in flights and passengers amid the coronavirus outbreak.
State-owned Airports of Thailand Pcl <AOT.BK> said on Wednesday it expects the number of passengers passing through its airports to decline by 53% this year due to the outbreak of the new coronavirus.
* CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY OF THAILAND (CAAT) EXTENDED TEMPORARY BAN ON ALL INTERNATIONAL PASSENGER FLIGHTS FROM 19 APRIL TO 30 APRIL
* NOTES CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY OF THAILAND'S ORDER AND NOTIFICATION THAT AFFECTS ALL SIX AIRPORTS UNDER AOT’S SUPERVISION
* REVENUE DURING FEBRUARY – MARCH 2020 WILL DECLINE BY AROUND 30%
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