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|Sunday, October 14, 2001, updated at 15:02(GMT+8)|
Cambodia's Royal Air Cambodge to Stop All FlightsThe Royal Air Cambodge of Cambodia would stop all its flights from October 16, 2001 because of heavy loss, the police at the Phnom Penh Pochentong International Airport said Sunday.
The Royal Air Cambodge, the largest airline in Cambodia, is a joint venture with the Malaysia Airline, whose flights fly from Phnom Penh to Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City, Guangzhou and Hong Kong. Its flights to Ho Chi Minh City suspended a month ago.
Since the Cambodian airline began its operation in 1994, it has seen a loss totaling over 30 million US dollars. The decision to close its business is made partly because of a decrease of passengers since the September 11 terrorism attack on the US.
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