2009 – Issues 1 – 5
VOL 32 : ISSUE 5: 11 – 17 Feb 2009
Do piecemeal campaigns work, or should Thailand’s travel industry unite to sing off the same hymn sheet? See SMALLPRINT P2 – a controversial opinion on giveaways.
Thailand’s Elite Card is teetering on the brink of the garbage pit. Will it fall over? P 3
Need a break? TTR Weekly’s readers’ breakaway quiz starts this week offering a two-night stay at Zign Hotel in Pattaya. Check out the details P8
VOL 32: ISSUE 4: 4-10 Feb 2009
Pata’s new CEO is in residence and faces tough challenges Read about the pending shakeup. Smallprint P2.
Take a break: TTR Weekly introduces its “breakaways” a chance for readers to win two-night stays at a variety of hotels around Thailand.
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VOL 32: ISSUE 3: 28 Jan-3 Feb 2009
This week’s edition kicks off with tourism consultants who decided that Asean is still relatively unknown to travellers who much prefer the simple identity “Southeast Asia.” See Smallprint.
Then you might like to know how Thailand’s airports survived the storms of 2008. See Page 7.
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VOL 32: ISSUE 2: 21-27 Jan 2009
This week’s digital edition brings you a controversial view of how the ATF in Hanoi panned out. See Smallprint, Page 2.
Airlines operating from Bangkok present their wish-list to airport authorities and identify some amazing costs that land in an airline’s lap. Page 3.
A small commuter airline, SGA, mulls over whether it can start an air shuttle service from Chiang Mai to Mae Hong Son in the far north of Thailand. Page 7.
VOL 32: ISSUE 1: 14-20 Jan 2009
Good news for Thailand’s tourism industry, Indian airline, Kingfisher, starts services to Bangkok.
Our Smallprint column takes Jetstar to task for taking consumers up the garden path with its latest Bt14 fares to Singapore.
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