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Previously, a number of large international carriers, like Singapore Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines and Cathay Pacific cancelled over 30 flights to Bangkok due on January 13 on the news the country’s opposition was to stage large-scale protest rallies on that day.
According to the Tourism Council of Thailand, the country’s tourist industry will lose about 18 billion bahts ($594 billion) this January. Experts estimate the number of tourists to Bangkok will drop by 400,000.