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Posted: 15 Apr 2009 | 11:52 am
The European Union has blacklisted Thailand's One-Two-Go Airlines from flying into the bloc according to a press release issued by the governing body. In the region Cambodia's Siem Reap Airways International and a number of Indonesian carriers are included. One-Two-Go currently only operate domestic flights in the country including to Phuket and use Bangkok's Don Mueang airport as an operating hub. .
In 2007 one of the airline's flights crashed in Phuket and the final outcome of the investigation remains unresolved to date. Orient Thai Airlines which is a subsidiary company ceased regular flights in mid 2008 but have resumed operations for charter and scheduled flights in the region.
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