anna.aero reveals from a top-level source which points on the map will be added to the nearly 200 destinations already connected to the Istanbul Atatürk hub in the near future.
Cebu Pacific launches flights from Cebu to Kuala Lumpur; returns to Bangkok after more than four years.
Bangkok Airways relaunch daily service from Bangkok to the Laotian capital of Vientiane after almost five years.
Cambodia Angkor Air breaks Bangkok Airways’ monopoly on the route from Siem Reap to the Thai capital
Cambodia Angkor Air commences services on the route from Siem Reap to the Thai capital of Bangkok.
Ethiopian Airlines launch flights from Addis Ababa to Kuala Lumpur via Bangkok.
Thai Airways connects Bangkok and Sapporo Chitose with thrice-weekly services.
After several years of stagnant passenger numbers, Thai Airways is reporting growth in 2012 and capacity is set to rise as the airline takes delivery of its new generation aircraft on order. But which European destination did the Star Alliance airline drop last year, and which route did it start instead? In which market is it growing the fastest? And what change has been made to Thai’s only US route?
Thai Smile, Thai Airways International’s subsidiary, has taken over its parent airline’s flights to Krabi in southern Thailand from its base at Bangkok International Airport.
Thai Smile, Thai Airways International’s subsidiary, now flies between Bangkok International Airport and Surat Thani in southern Thailand.
Spring Airlines now flies from Shanghai Pudong Airport in eastern China to Suvarnabhumi Airport in Thailand’s capital Bangkok.
Mandala Airlines now flies between the capitals of Indonesia and Thailand; Jakarta and Bangkok.