In Thailand, the next flight is on you.
That means you’re in the driver’s seat.
You’ve got no other choice.
If you’re heading to Bangkok, you need to cancel that flight.
And it’s not just because the next plane leaves this afternoon, but also because the flights have been canceled.
It’s all because the airline that owns the airport, Air Thailand, has canceled the entire trip.
Air Thailand has been struggling for months with rising costs.
But it’s the biggest headache for a company that relies heavily on tourism.
So far this year, it has booked almost 1.4 billion flight hours, the second-highest number on record.
That’s more than three times the annual number of airfares booked by any airline, according to the airline.
For years, Air Asia has been one of the biggest spenders on tourism and was the third-largest airline in the world after Emirates and Etihad Airways.
But as the company has struggled to compete with airlines in the Middle East and Asia, it’s faced the prospect of losing much of its business.
Air Asia’s CEO, Tony Fernandes, recently said that the airline’s financial problems could become the biggest challenge facing the airline in a decade.
AirAsia’s woes began when it took on the role of airline in Thailand in 2016, which gave the airline an unprecedented degree of control over its destiny.
The airline has since become one of Thailand’s largest and most profitable airlines.
But the country’s financial troubles have made the airline even more difficult to operate, and the airline has had to cancel flights to several cities in Southeast Asia and Australia.
That’s because the government is restricting the use of Thai-made planes.
As of this month, airlines can only fly to destinations within Thailand, and no other destinations.
That restriction means the airline is forced to fly only to Thailand’s three main cities, Phuket, Pattaya, and Mae Sai.
But airlines can fly to the southern and eastern parts of Thailand, as well as the southern island of Pattaya.
As a result, AirAsia is forced, for now, to fly to only the most desirable destinations.
And the problem isn’t limited to AirAsia.
The government has also prohibited all airlines from flying to the northern island of Penang.
The government also has blocked all airlines, including Air Asia, from flying between Penang and Phukets.
And airlines have been barred from flying from Phukett to the other island of Mecuk.
Airline executives say they’re worried about the future.
“The Thai government’s actions have made it impossible for us to continue operating and has forced us to suspend flights to the islands of Penangan and Phrae,” AirAsia’s CEO Fernandes said in a statement last week.
Air India’s CEO said the airline will be forced to cancel at least two flights from Penang to Thailand.
“It will be a difficult and costly decision to cancel all these flights,” P.K. Natarajan said in the statement.
Airlines have also been forced to cut flights to parts of the Middle Eastern countries of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Bahrain.
And Air Asia is now forced to stop flying to Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong.
It’s also impossible for airlines to fly between Singapore and Singapore.
The Singapore government has decided that because the country has an air traffic control hub, air traffic will be diverted to a new, more expensive airport in Singapore.
Air China, the state-owned airline that flies between China and Southeast Asia, announced on Wednesday that it will not fly from Singapore.
And in March, the Chinese airline announced it would be shutting down flights to Singapore.
The situation is getting worse for other airlines.
And on Monday, the United Arab Emirates Airline announced it was canceling flights to a handful of destinations in Malaysia and Thailand.
But the situation is also improving for airlines in other countries, such as Thailand and Indonesia.
The International Air Transport Association, a trade group that represents the airline industry, recently published a report on the situation.
The report states that AirAsia has been in “precarious financial condition” for years, and that the company is currently “in a precarious financial position.”
AirAsia, the report says, has had “severe financial issues” that are impacting the company’s operations and the quality of its products and services.
It says that the carrier’s inability to manage these issues has contributed to its financial problems.
The airline’s troubles have been caused by its failure to manage its fleet.
Air Transat has been unable to sell its Airbus A320 jets to Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia, because of problems with the airframe, according the report.
In addition, Air Transat recently canceled flights to Thailand after it failed to renew a contract with the airline for its A320.
Air Transaats new planes are also prone to failure, which means that it can’t continue