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GENERAL

Extra 7,000 seats per week agreed for India flights

Mongkol Bangprapa, Published on 17/06/2024

» The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) is looking to increase the number of seats on commercial flights to and from India by 7,000 per week as part of Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin's policy to promote Thailand as the region's aviation hub and boost tourism traffic.

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GENERAL

Chinese outbound travel recovery lags due to costs, visa snags

Published on 17/06/2024

» BEIJING/SHANGHAI: A recovery in Chinese overseas travel from the Covid-19 pandemic is fading as rising costs and difficulties in securing visas cement a preference for local and short-haul destinations.

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LIFE

Guru's Weekly Buzz: June 14-20

Guru, Published on 14/06/2024

» Guru By Bangkok Post's pick of the most exciting products, activities, food and travel to indulge in.

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GENERAL

Airlines push to upgrade regional Thai airports

Business, Narumon Kasemsuk, Published on 12/06/2024

» The Airlines Association of Thailand (AAT) has urged the government to elevate more regional airports to become international airports, aiming to generate higher tourism revenue for 55 second-tier cities.

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GENERAL

CPN to add luxury store space at Phuket mall

Business, Kuakul Mornkum, Published on 12/06/2024

» Retail and property developer Central Pattana Plc (CPN), the operator of Central malls, plans to nearly double the luxury store space at Central Phuket by year-end as the island is becoming a luxury tourism destination.

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GENERAL

Tourism authority seeks deals with 11 airlines

Business, Narumon Kasemsuk, Published on 11/06/2024

» The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is seeking partnerships with at least 11 international airlines in an effort to bolster rising and mature markets in the second half this year.

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GENERAL

Trade group cools jets on aviation hub

Business, Molpasorn Shoowong, Published on 10/06/2024

» DUBAI: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) says Thailand may be constrained in its pursuit of becoming the region's leading aviation hub by 2030 because of global supply chain disruptions, adding that Thailand needs to remove unnecessary regulations and move towards digitalisation for aviation efficiency.

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THAILAND

TAT floats ‘ghost tourism’ in soft power push

Post Reporters, Published on 08/06/2024

» The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) says the country should promote “ghost tourism” for international visitors interested in horror-themed sites, a move that could further boost “soft power”.

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TRAVEL

Jetstar to launch flights on Bangkok-Brisbane route

Published on 08/06/2024

» The Australian carrier Jetstar will reconnect Queensland and Thailand for the first time since the pandemic with direct services between Bangkok and Brisbane three times per week starting from Dec 13.

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GENERAL

Rivals Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines team up to source sustainable aviation fuel

Published on 07/06/2024

» HONG KONG: Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines (SIA), two of Asia's top aviation firms, have tied up to promote the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in the region, a critical initiative for a sector which is facing decarbonisation challenges.