Thai Airways International is reported to have lost more than 200 of its pilots during the past five years, with rival airlines offering higher rates of pay.Thai stated that it had been losing up to 40 pilots per year, a figure that was expected to be repeated this year as some accepted offers of early retirement.The airline denied reports that 200 pilots handed in their resignations at the same time earlier this year over concerns for the airline’s financial situation.Siwakiat Jayema, acting president of Thai, said that many of its pilots had joined other major airlines: “It’s life, people just

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