Thai Airways International (TG) subsidiary Thai Smile is on track to launch July 7 with twice-daily service from Bangkok to Macau.
Thai Airways International (TG) subsidiary Thai Smile is on track to launch July 7 with twice-daily service from Bangkok to Macau (ATW, March 1). TG chairman Ampon Kittiamporn told the National News Bureau of Thailand (NNT) that Thai Smile plans to offer more routes to regional cities as well as to China and India. The carrier will have an all new Airbus A320-200 fleet in an all-economy class configuration although its Smile Plus service will offer 30 premium seats with additional space ...
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