Tag: CAAT

Thai Carriers Face Deadline For Recertification

Reading Time: 1 minute September is looming as a key milestone in Thailand’s effort to recertify all of its airlines with international service. Any Thai carrier that does not complete the recertification process and receive a new air operator’s certificate (AOC) by the end of August will have its international operations suspended, a spokesman for Civil Aviation Authority of […]

Thai Airlines Escape Europe Blacklist

Reading Time: 2 minutes All Thai-registered airlines have avoided being put on the list of airlines with sub-standard safety practices in the latest audit by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Transport Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith said. The EASA, which announced its inspection results, found 214 airlines from 19 countries failed to meet safety standards but “no Thai airlines were […]

CAAT to Examine Thai-Registered Airline Finances

Reading Time: 2 minutes Since the Federal Aviation Association (FAA) downgraded Thailand’s aviation safety rating to Category 2 at the beginning of December, 2015, its military government has been taking strides to rectify the situation. Yesterday it was announced that all Thai-registered airlines had to submit reports on their financial positions by March 31 or risk of having their […]