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Posted: 19 Oct 2010 | 6:00 am
It's now One-Two-Gone for the Thai budget carrier as parent company Orient Thai has consolidated its operations into a single entity.
All flights will not be under the Orient Thai brand and the low cost carrier's IATA code 'OG' has been retired and will now use the 'OX' code.
The change is only skin deep as it's the same planes, and same operation that was tainted during the 2007 crash of an airliner in Phuket.
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