Face towel 50 baht (1,900 won), bread basket 70 baht (2,600 won), wooden chopsticks 130 baht (4,800 won), stainless steel tray 329 baht (12,000 won).
Thai Airways is currently selling products on Facebook.
All of these were used by flight attendants to provide food, etc. to passengers on board.
Thai Airways, one of the world’s leading airlines, suffered a decisive blow two years ago as countries locked their doors due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
As aircraft operations were almost completely stopped, the debt surged to 333 billion baht, or about 12.68 trillion won in our money, and eventually went into court proceedings in May 2020.
Since then, they have been actively engaged in ‘money-making’ to show their self-rescue efforts to creditors, and are also actively selling various items.
In the end, I decided to sell the whole aircraft as well.
Thai Airways recently announced on its Facebook page that it will sell its B737-400 aircraft through an online live broadcast on the 25th.
“This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to own an aircraft with a long history of Thai Airways,” the company said.
At the same time, he said that he could purchase the aircraft and make an aircraft-shaped cafe or install it in a resort, and started ‘soliciting’ against businessmen and individuals.
Previously, in March, it attracted attention by selling seats installed in aircraft.
Two of each color were sold for 1.3 million won, and it is known that the sales amounted to close to 40 million won at the time.
Other than that, over the past two years, I have done everything that makes money.
In September 2020, when it went into court, we opened a restaurant resembling an airplane cabin on the second floor of the Bangkok headquarters building, and even sold fried donuts, a favorite of Thai commoners, on the street in front of the headquarters building.
In October of that year, they made and sold recycled bags from discarded life jackets and escape slides.