PHNOM PENH, 11 January 2017: Five local and international airline companies will launch services in Cambodia over the next two years. The five airline companies include JC Airlines, Lainmen Airlines, Air Siem Reap, Small Planet Airlines and Spring Airlines. Cambodia Daily...

Fares fit for a flood

BANGKOK, 11 January 2017: Local media in Thailand is taking low-cost airlines to task for allegedly fleecing passengers who were stranded in flood stricken South Thailand. Thai Rath, a leading Thai language newspaper, led the attack with AirAsia and Nok...
DUBAI, 11 January, 2017: Emirates will resume its A380 service between Dubai and Narita 26 March. This follows the airline’s recent A380 deployment to Moscow, and will take place after the upcoming launch of A380 services to Johannesburg. It will...
BANGKOK, 11 January 2017: Thai Smile will move all of its operations to Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport ending its presence at Don Mueang, midnight 15 January, where it competed with low-cost airlines. Passengers are reminded that all flights will operate out...
COLOMBO, 11 January 2017: Airlines have advised international passengers departing Colombo’s Bandaranaike International Airport to check-in five hours prior to their scheduled departure times. Passengers are facing long queues and delays checking in due to repair work on the airport’s runway,...
HONG KONG, 10 January 2017: HK Express rolled out is first aircraft sporting the livery and logo of the U-FLY Alliance, that claims to be the world’s first alliance of low-cost carriers. As one of the founding members, HK Express...

PG flies daily to Danang

BANGKOK, 10 January 2017: Bangkok Airways reports it will increase its Danang flights to daily effective 2 February. The increase comes less than a year after it introduced a Bangkok-Danang flight. The current service operators four times a week on Monday,...
BANGKOK, 9 January 2017: The first signs that low-cost airlines are overstretching resources in Thailand’s already crowded skies have been identified in the latest Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation’s analysis. It forecasts Thai Lion Air will put the brakes on...
HO CHI MINH CITY, 6 January 2017: Tan Son Nhat International Airport will undergo an urgent expansion to increase annual handling capacity to 48 million passengers spread over four terminals that should be fully operational by 2021. Saigon Times media...
BANGKOK, 5 January 2017: Thai Smile will start a new daily service from Bangkok to Zhengzhou, in China, starting 27 January. The service will operate from its main base, Suvarnabhumi airport, to Zhengzhou using Airbus A320-200 aircraft. Zhengzhou is Thai Smile’s...