Etihad Airways has announced that it will go double-daily on Bangkok route at the start of summer schedule 2023.
Emirates has announced that it will add a fourth daily flight to Bangkok, Thailand. The decision comes as the demand for international travel to and from Bangkok continues to increase, as Thailand’s travel and tourism sector experience a steep revival.
Singapore Airlines has announced that it will increase Airbus A380 services to Australia while also ramping up East and South Asian services. The airline is making these changes based on the “strong projected demand to these destinations”.
Indian full service carrier Vistara has announced that it will launch flights between Mumbai and Bangkok.
Air Canada has announced that it will launch nonstop flights to Bangkok, Thailand this December, making it the only North American airline to offer a nonstop flight to Thailand. This is also the carrier’s first non-stop service to South-East Asia.
Bangkok Airways has announced that it will launch two new routes along with resuming flights on many routes and increasing frequencies on many routes. The announcement comes as the demand for flights continue to increase.
Thai Airways has announced that it will launch flights to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in July 2022.
Indigo has announced the resumption of scheduled international flights on more than 150 routes from multiple cities in India. The announcement comes as India has finally resumed scheduled international flights for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Indian low cost carrier Indigo has announced the resumption of flights to Bangkok and Phuket in Thailand.
Scoot, the low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, has announced that it will launch flights between Singapore and London Gatwick. London will be its first destination in the United Kingdom.