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Thai Smile Airways to Stay

BANGKOK, Oct 9 (TNA) — Thai Airways International (THAI) has confirmed it will not disband its wholly owned Thai Smile Airways, the business of which remains competitive. Acting THAI president Chansin Treenuchagron said there was not a plan to shut down the airline as the operations of Thai Smile Airways was gradually improving and its […]Read More

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THAI Smile tops online ranking

Travel booking site TripAdvisor surprised folks in the aviation industry, naming THAI Smile Airways as travellers’ favourite regional carrier in Asia-Pacific and the best airline in Thailand. The wholly owned sister airline of flag carrier Thai Airways International was honoured on the basis of the quantity and quality of airline reviews and ratings submitted by […]Read More

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Thai Smile plans more than 10 overseas routes

THAI SMILE AIRWAYS, a fully owned subsidiary of national carrier Thai Airways International, will spread its wings further abroad this year to raise the number of passengers to 4.5 million and revenue to Bt10.1 billion. “Thai Smile plans to operate more than 10 overseas routes this year,” Woranate Laprabang, acting chief executive officer, said yesterday. […]Read More

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THAI Smile to exit Don Mueang

The budget airline THAI Smile is pulling out of Don Mueang, ending its policy of operating simultaneously at two airports serving Bangkok. The fully owned subsidiary of Thai Airways International will stop all flights from Don Mueang on Jan 16 and move all services to Suvarnabhumi. Full story: Bangkok Post BOONSONG KOSITCHOTETHANARead More

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Thai Smile offers seats for child angel dolls on plane

Thai Smile Airways says it will sell air tickets and serve food and drinks to “child angels” for passengers who want to take their “Look Thep” dolls on board. The airline’s acting chief officer Capt Woraneti Lahprabang said the selling of seats to Look Thep or what the airline calls “child angel” was in response […]Read More

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7-Eleven to sell Thai Smile tickets

Along with paying for your beer, mobile top-up card, toasted sandwich and utility bill, 7-Eleven stores will now let you book airline tickets on Thai Smile Airways. The budget carrier has partnered with Counter Service Co, a subsidiary of 7-Eleven franchiser CP All Plc, to provide ticket booking and payment services around the clock. Read […]Read More

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Low cost Thai Smile airline inaugurates first flight at Don

BANGKOK, Aug 8 – The low cost airline, Thai Smile, a subsidiary of Thailand’s national flag carrier, Thai Airways International (THAI) officially launched its first flight and services earlier today. The airline expressed satisfaction, as it has been well received by the public and reservations for each flight are booked at more than 90 per […]Read More