Hainan Airlines starts flights from Beijing to its second destination in Thailand, Bangkok.
Thai Smile launches with service to Macau; domestic routes starting soon to make Thai Airways more competitive
Thai Airways’ new lower-cost all A320 airline launched this week from Bangkok. But what other routes is it launching in the coming weeks and what competition does it face on its routes? How is Thai AirAsia responding to the challenge?
Thai Smile, Thai Airways low-cost airline, now flies from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport to Macau SAR, China.
Scoot, the low-cost airline, now flies between Singapore Changi Airport and Thailand’s capital airport Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Scoot launches with flights from Singapore to Sydney; Gold Coast, Bangkok and Tianjin starting by end of August
The latest medium to long-haul LCC is up and running in Singapore. Just how cheap are its fares to Sydney (and back)? What’s included in the ‘headline’ price, what additional (non-optional) fees are there, and what extras do you have to pay for? We take a look at available fares on the Sydney route all the way to the end of September.
Thai AirAsia increases Bangkok network to 31 destinations this summer.
Thai AirAsia now flies daily from the Thai capital Bangkok to Colombo, capital of Sri Lanka.
Thai AirAsia now flies daily to Nakhon Phanom from Bangkok.
Award season is here. The time has come for the second annual Asian ANNIES, awarded to airports and airlines for their route development achievements in the Asia-Pacific region. But which airport takes the most awards? Which airline has launched the most long-haul routes? And which is the biggest new airline in the region?
Thai AirAsia now flies to Trang Airport in southern Thailand from Bangkok.
Nok Air now flies the Thai domestic route between Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport and Chiang Rai in northern Thailand.