The regional airline Thai Smile Airways, which operates with all its airlines, has resumed flights from Kathmandu to Bangkok. Kathmandu-Bangkok two-way air service has kicked off from July 1. Thai Smile Airways plans to operate daily Kathmandu-Bangkok flights from the same date. The Airbus 320 designated for this route has a capacity of 150 seats in economy class and 12 seats in premium economy class with a total capacity of 162 seats, including on-board meal service.
Thai Smile flies to all domestic airports in Thailand, including Phuket and Pattaya, while Thai Airways International serves international destinations such as Australia, Japan and Kuala Lumpur. Society International Travel Services, an organization under RR Group of Companies, has been providing sales, marketing and airport operations services for Thai Smile Airways, as well as all customer agency support services.
Viset Sontichaizu, Acting Chief Executive Officer of Thai Smile Airways, a subsidiary of Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (Thai).
said “We are proud to launch the Kathmandu-Bangkok flight,”. This will definitely strengthen our growing relationship between Bangkok and other major cities in Asia. He also said that “we are confident that this new passenger flight service will add another golden dimension to Nepal-Thailand relations. We are also confident that with the launch of this route, Nepal will gradually become a tourist attraction for Central-South Asia and other Asian countries as well.”
“We are thrilled to launch Thai Smile’s Hawaii flight service. The resumption of air services on the route provided by Thai Airways International since 1968 has brought Nepal-Thailand relations closer, said Ravichandra Singhju, President of Society International Travel Services.