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THAI Announces Results of Q2 Operational Performance in 2022

THAI AirwaysThe total operating expenses, excluding the one-time transactions, amounted to 22,825 million baht, which was 126.3% higher than the previous year, mainly due to variable operating expenses, especially the aviation fuel price that was risen by 104.1% resulting in 8,946 million baht aircraft fuel expenses (39.2% of total operating expenses).

THAI and its subsidiaries reported 3,213 million baht of net loss in Q2/2022, while in 2021, the net profit was 23,326 million due to the one-time transactions with a net profit of 27,100 million baht in Q2/2021.

In the second quarter of 2022, THAI am its subsidiaries reported its financial cost at 3,102 million baht and had one-time transactions with net profit totalling 1,982 million baht consisting of profits from debt restructuring, organizational restructuring, personnel compensation structure and sales of investment and assets despite the loss of asset impairment and foreign exchange rate.

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) announces the results of its operational performance for the second quarter of 2022 of THAI and its subsidiaries, with the total revenue excluding the one-time transactions at 21,526 282% higher than last year, which was 5,635 million baht. This resulted in an operating loss before the financial costs, excluding the one-time transactions, at 1,299 million baht, significantly lower than last year’s reported operating loss of 4,449 million baht.

In Q2/2022, the profit from Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization (EBITDA) after deduction of aircraft lease was 168 million baht which was positive for the first time after the company operated under the Rehabilitation Plan, while last year’s loss from EBITDA was 9,212 million baht. With 30% of the total passengers travelling to and from Thailand, THAI and its subsidiaries had 13,474 million baht of cash equivalents at the end of June 2022, while by the end of 2021, the company had 5,515 million baht.

In addition, as the travel and cargo demand significantly increased in July 2022, the Cabin Factor escalated to 77.7% resulting in the passenger and cargo revenue of THAI and its subsidiaries rising to 10,000 million baht. The revenue from passenger and cargo services increased by 619.3% to 19,803 million baht, mainly due to the continual rise in production and cargo. The total number of passengers was 2.01 million, higher than the previous year by 570%. In the second quarter of 2022, THAI and its subsidiaries’ Available Seat Kilometers (ASK) were 366.6% higher than last year. Cabin Factor averaged 60.3%, higher than 15.1% last year.

Available Dead Load Ton-Kilometers (ADTK) were 384.4% higher than the previous year. The recovery of the aviation industry and business due to travel restriction loosening in many countries since the end of 2021 is the major factor that helps continually and positively boost the company’s flight operations and frequencies. Revenue Passenger Kilometers (RPK) was 1,766.9% higher than last year. Revenue Freight Ton-Kilometers (RFTK) was higher than last year by 241.5%. The company’s personnel expenses decreased due to the continual and efficient cost reduction program implemented under THAI’s Rehabilitation Plan.

Written by: Supaporn  Pholrach (Joom)


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