BANGKOK, 25 May 2022: Tripseed, a Thailand-based destination management company, launched representation for operators wishing to tap the Thai outbound travel market earlier this week. Tripseed started in the inbound travel sector in Thailand,...
BANGKOK, 24 May 2022: Encouraged by the ongoing India-Thailand air travel bubble and the easing of entry rules, more Indians are heading for Thailand. The latest YouGov research commissioned by Airbnb reveals that more...
BANGKOK, 24 May 2022: Following the initial release of the Tourism Destination Resilience (TDR) Programme last December, the Pacific Asia Travel Association launched the Tourism Destination Resilience courses on Tuesday. The courses are in...
BANGKOK, 23 May 2022: THAI and its subsidiaries reported a THB3,243 million net loss during the first quarter of 2022, but down THB 8,962 million when compared with results during the same quarter of 2021. 
BANGKOK, 23 May 2022: Supersports Laguna Phuket Marathon is set to welcome thousands of runners from around Thailand and overseas to Run Paradise in Phuket on 11 and 12 June 2022. Following the cancellation...
BANGKOK, 23 May 2022: The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) honoured two of its members for their contribution to the association’s activities in the Asia Pacific region. PATA awarded life membership to Andrew Jones,...
BANGKOK, 23 May 2022: As testing and entry rules eased worldwide and the Thai government pulled the plug on the Test and Go entry requirements, THAI and THAI Smile are increasing flights.  Flight increases...
BANGKOK, 20 May 2022: AirAsia resumes flights from Bangkok (Don Mueang) to Vientiane and Luang Prabang in Laos, starting 1 June. Travel to Laos is easy for fully vaccinated travellers. They just need to...
BANGKOK, 20 May 2022: Bangkok Airways restored flights on domestic and regional routes as governments relaxed travel rules during the first quarter of 2022, but operational losses increased to THB826.2 million compared to THB756.8 million in Q1 2021.
BANGKOK, 19 May 2022: The Airlines Association of Thailand (AAT) says member airlines are under pressure to quickly reintroduce flight schedules in Thailand and to neighbouring countries to meet a surge in travel demand.