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Thai Airways gets court approval for landmark debt restructuring plan


Bangkok, Sep 14 (EFE/EPA).- The Central Bankruptcy Court of Thailand on Monday approved Thai Airways, the nation's flagship carrier, debt restructuring plan as the company is set to file for bankruptcy after the COVID-19 pandemic hit the travel industry, forcing airlines worldwide to suspend travels. Thailand still remains closed to international tourists. (Camera: NARONG SANGNAK).SHOT LIST: PEOPLE WALK PAST THAI AIRWAYS SIGNS, AND CLOSED THAI AIRWAYS CHECK-IN COUNTER AT SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN BANGKOK, THAILAND.

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