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Section: Business News - Thai Airways International has resolved to keep its non-stop Bangkok-Los Angeles flights, which were to have been terminated last Sunday, as sharply lower oil prices are improving the route's viability, the Bangkok Post reports.
At least for the time being, the national carrier intends to continue the loss-making service until Jan 31 next year when it will be replaced by flights that stop over in Osaka.
Before then, the airline will assess the business environment, taking into account prevalent traffic demand and oil price movements, to see if the non-stop Bangkok-LA route should remain on its timetable, according to THAI executives. …