By The Nation
He said he was confident creditors would approve THAI’s rehabilitation plan following their positive response to it during negotiations.
"We have business models that I believe will help revive THAI business operations," he said.
The Central Bankruptcy Court will begin hearing THAI’s restructuring case on August 17.
THAI, which has total debts of around Bt244 billion, has grounded most of its fleet but is still operating cargo and repatriation flights.
THAI’s annual general shareholders' meeting on Friday acknowledged results for 2019, with total operating revenue for THAI and subsidiaries of Bt184.046 billion representing a 7.7-per-cent drop from the previous year.
However, the company made ground in cutting costs to Bt196.470 billion – Bt12.088 billion or 5.8 per cent down on the previous year.
THAI and its subsidiaries incurred a net loss of Bt12.017 billion, 3,9 per cent higher than the previous year.
At year-end 2019, THAI and subsidiaries' total assets were Bt256.665 billion, a fall of Bt12.056 billion (4.5 per cent) on year-end 2018. Total liabilities were Bt244.899 billion, a drop of Bt3.366 billion (1.4 per cent) on December 31, 2018.
Shareholders at the meeting approved suspension of dividend payments in line with the company's financial performance in 2019.