Thailand Flight News
Executives of Thai Airways International, Nok Air and Thai Smile will meet later in April to discuss the joint management and strategic plan.
21st Apr 2017
The Thai Airways International labour union sent a letter to the Finance Ministry, requesting an inspection of some of its board of director members and executives.
19th Apr 2017
Phuket International Airport got a visit from the Transport Deputy Minister Pichit Akrathit last Friday. The minister wanted to inspect the new “in-line” baggage security screening system.
18th Apr 2017
Thai Airways International (THAI) asks for more time on its internal investigation into the Rolls Royce bribe scandal to the end of the month, says Thailand Transport Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith.
13th Apr 2017
A fake travel agent leaves hundreds (perhaps a full thousand) angry tourists stranded at Suvarnabhumi Airport, with no planes. The police are already gathering evidence against the company.
12th Apr 2017
Thai Lion Air plans to launch flights from the navy-run U-Tapao Airport and has already scheduled to open a ticket office at the new passenger terminal in August.
6th Apr 2017
Budget carrier Thai Smile prepares to launch Bangkok-Kaohsiung, Taiwan service in the second half of 2017.
4th Apr 2017
Thai Smile Airways has started flying to Chittagong, Bangladesh from Bangkok on 26th March. THAI subsidiary will be serving the route three times per week.
30th Mar 2017
Thai Airways International and its subsidiary Thai Smile launched an inaugural direct flight between Bangkok and Kota Kinabalu on 26th March, 2017.
29th Mar 2017
THAI yesterday launched an inaugural flight between Beijing and Phuket. The route, promoted under “Phuket Express” campaign, will operate four times weekly and while use Dreamliner B787.
28th Mar 2017