Tuesday, May 24 2005 @ 08:28 PM EDT Contributed by: info Views: 5
Thai Airways International, Asia's eighth-biggest carrier by market value, plans to raise fares on routes outside Thailand by 5 percent to 7 percent in the next few months when tourist season peaks, the Bangkok Post reported, citing Executive Vice President Vasing Kittikul.
The company is filling 72 percent of its seats on current international flights, compared with about 40 percent to 50 percent for most routes within Thailand, because travel to the country's southern provinces remains weak, the newspaper said.
Sunday, May 22 2005 @ 07:19 PM EDT Contributed by: info Views: 31
A Munich-bound Thai aircraft with 355 passengers on board made an emergency landing at Netaji International Airport after developing a snag.
The pilot informed Kolkata (India) Air Traffic Control that the plane, which was on its way from Bangkok to Munich, would make an emergency landing at the airport because of some pressure difficulty in the aircraft following which arrangements for emergency landing were immediately made.
Sunday, May 22 2005 @ 04:19 AM EDT Contributed by: info Views: 13
Phuket Air has stopped its Bangkok-Bali service after passenger numbers slumped following banishment of the airline from Amsterdam and London airports earlier this month for breaches of safety standards.