Thursday, August 23, 2012

Exclusive! Thai Smile's its way to India

Neelam Mathews
Aug 23, 2012

Starting Sept 16, Thai Smile, a subsidiary of Thai Airways (Thai) will be starting daily services to Hyderabad from Bangkok on brand new A-320 aircraft.

“Thai Smile started twice daily non-stop service Macau in July and now the airline will connect India conveniently to Macau,” said Ravinder Talwar, Area Sales Manager, India Thai to Aerospace Diary.

The service will replace the four flights a week of Thai to Hyderabad  to seven.

Thai Smile is a new service by Thai with a fleet of all new Airbus A320 aircraft configured with 2 classes of service; ‘Smile’ Economy Class and ‘Smile Plus’ short haul business class service. Thai Smile will operate under the same Airline Operator Certificate, TG, to selected international destinations within 1-3 hours flight time from its hub at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok.

Travel with THAI Smile is designed to be vibrant, fun, speedy, trendy and while the airline is not a budget carrier like Nok Air, it restricts freebies like meals to snacks.

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