Thai Smile to Split Operations Between Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang Airports

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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.

Thai Smile Airways will begin with the following flights to/from Don Mueang, effective 8 August 2014:

Three Flights Per Day between Don Mueang-Chiang Mai (TG1100/ WE 100, TG1104/ WE 104, TG1114/ WE 114);

Three Flights Per Day between Chiang Mai-Don Mueang (TG1105/ WE 105, TG1117/ WE 117, TG1115/ WE 115);

Three Flights Per Day between Don Mueang-Khon Kaen (TG1040/ WE 040, TG1044/ WE 044, TG1052/ WE 052);

Three Flights Per Day between Khon Kaen-Don Mueang (TG1041/ WE 041, TG1045/ WE 045, TG1053/ WE 053);

Two Flights Per Day between Don Mueang-Phuket (TG1209/ WE 209, TG1227/ WE 227); and

Two Flights Per Day between Phuket-Don Mueang (TG1210/ WE 210, TG1228/ WE 228).

Thai Smile Airways (airline code WE) will operate initially to three domestic destinations from Don Mueang Airport, while applying the Thai Airways International code (TG).

To celebrate the introduction of flights to and from Don Mueang Airport, THAI Smile Airways is offering special promotional fares for one-way travel to Chiang Mai and Khon Kaen with prices starting at 990 Baht, for one-way travel to Phuket with fares starting at 1,090 Baht. Reservations and ticketing may be made during 1-31 August 2014 for travel between 8 and 31 August 2014. The special promotional fares include all taxes and surcharges. Terms and conditions apply.

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