Thai Airways will resume domestic flights in between Bangkok and Chiang Mai and Bangkok and Phuket from Dec 25. (File image)

Thai Airways will resume domestic flights in between Bangkok and Chiang Mai and Bangkok and Phuket from Dec 25 after suspending them for practically 9 months due to the fact that of Covid-19.

The last time the nationwide provider flew from the capital to the 2 traveler provinces was April 1.

There will be 3 flights a week– on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays– on both paths and the brand-new schedules will run up until Feb 28, the source stated.

He included that the flights would run with the wide-bodied Boeing 777-200ER airplane, with a complete onboard service available and miles being made by Royal Orchid Plus members.

The resumption of domestic flights follows the airline company’s statement last month that it would be relaunching scheduled global flights from Jan 1 to March 27.

It will fly one flight every Friday to Frankfurt and London, and a Sunday flight to Copenhagen and Sydney. THAI will likewise fly one Wednesday flight to Seoul, a Thursday flight to to Manila, one to Taipei on Fridays and one to Osaka on Saturdays.

Bangkok-Tokyo flights will be offered 3 times a week– on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday– while the Bangkok-Hong Kong flights will be offered every day.

The airline company is looking for to comprise losses worth more than 300 billion baht in the Central Insolvency Court.

On The Other Hand, Somdet Susomboon, director-general of the Department of International Trade Promo, states THAI will support exporting Thai vegetables and fruit to Asia and Europe up until completion of next year under an arrangement in between the Commerce Ministry, the Farming and Cooperative Ministry and the Transportation Ministry.

Mr Somdet stated the significant markets for Thai produce were Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan and Europe.

On the other hand, Pattaya mayor Sonthaya Khunpluem states the seaside town’s Fireworks Celebration on Nov 27-28 was a big success, drew in in between 100,000-200,000 visitors a day, increasing regional tourist and leading to 100% hotel tenancy rate.

Mr Sonthaya approximated that throughout the two-day celebration, about 2,000 baht was invested by everyone each day, creating more than 400 million baht.

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