Thai Airways International has stated it expects to return to profit by the fourth quarter of 2014, which is earlier than forecast.The loss-making national carrier also said it would shed 1,500 jobs by the end of 2014, and 6,000 jobs in total (over a quarter of its full-time staff) by 2018 as part of a restructuring plan approved last month.Thai Airways had said it planned to cut costs and prioritise certain routes to return to profit as soon as the middle of next year.Chairman Prajin Juntong told local media that the airline now expected to see a profit in the

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