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- 1. Thai Smile to Join Star Alliance as a Connecting Partner
Thai Smile Airways is to join Star Alliance as a Connecting Partner. Thai Smile will add 11 new destinations to the Star Alliance network, which already comprises over 1,300 airports in 194 countries.
- 2. TG Transfers Chongqing and Penang Flights to Thai Smile
Thai Airways has transferred its flights to Chongqing in China and Penang, Malaysia to Thai Smile. Starting 1 July 2016, Thai Smile will operate daily flights to Chongqing with the A320 aircraft and from 16 July 2016 it will commence operating TG's daily flights to Penang.
- 3. Thai Smile to Deliver Food and Consumer Products to Flood Victims in North East
Thailand's Ministry of Transport (MoT), through Thai Airways and Thai Smile, has announced that they will deliver food and consumer products for flood victims in the North East of the Kingdom. Donations will be transported on Thai Smile flights to the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation, under the Ministry of Interior, for further distribution.
- 4. Thai Smile to Operate with New Airline Code
From 10 April 2014, THAI Smile Airways, which received its Air Operator Certification (AOC) from the Department of Civil Aviation of Thailand on 31 March 2014, will operate using the airline code WE with flight three-digits for domestic flights, and continue to use the TG airline code followed by the number 2 using a four-digit flight number
- 5. THAI Smile Takes Delivery of its First Airbus A320
THAI Smile, the new light premium regional sub-brand of Thai Airways International, has taken delivery of its first aircraft, an Airbus A320. Seating 174 passengers, the aircraft are powered by IAE V2527-A5 engines. The Bangkok-based carrier will start regional operations on 7th July with daily flights to Macau, before flying domestically to Krabi, Chiang Mai, Surat Thani and Phuke
- 6. Thai Smile to Waive Charges for Ticket Changes Due to DMK Move
After announcing that it would move some of its flights from Suvarnabhumi Airport to the older Don Muang Airport in Bangkok, Thai Smile has now confirmed that it will waive charges if passengers want to change their tickets. Passengers with tickets issued before 1 August 2014 for travel to and from Chiang Mai, Khon Kaen, and Phuket, will eligible for the free change, as flights to
- 7. Thai Smile to Split Operations Between Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang Airports
Thai Smile Airways is to split its operations between Suvarnabhumi, where it currently operates from, and the older Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok, where most of the other low cost airlines such as AirAsia and Thai Lion Air operate out of. The airline will begin with the following flights to/from Don Mueang, effective 8 August 2014:
- 8. Thai Smile to Launch Bangkok - Luang Prabang Flights on 15 December 2013
THAI Smile, a business unit of Thai Airways International, will launch flights to Luang Prabang in the Laos People's Democratic Republic on 15 December 2013. Luang Prabang has been popular with tourists for many years and its ancient culture, beautiful setting, stunning temples and relaxed lifestyle are attracting more and more each year. Luang Prabang won the UNESCO award for The
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