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  • Aid fund to regain trust of tourists

    31 Jan 2015 : The government has set up a 200-million-baht assistance fund to regain the trust of foreign tourists, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha says.

  • Chiang Mai targets HK weddings

    30 Jan 2015 : Chiang Mai Tourism Business Association is working with Hong Kong tour agents to promote the province as a venue for Hong Kong people to organise their wedding ceremony.

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  • aviation

    Airport will add lounges

    30 Jan 2015 : Suvarnabhumi airport will soon get more lounges for premium passengers.

  • Bangkok, Pattaya hotel Wi-Fi lauded

    29 Jan 2015 : Bangkok and Pattaya have been ranked among the world's top 50 cities for Wi-Fi quality in hotels, according to Hotel Wi-Fi Test, a website allowing users to test speed of wireless-Internet service at their resorts.

  • Minor buys six hotels in Brazil, Portugal

    28 Jan 2015 : The Thai-owned Minor International Plc has bought six hotels in Brazil and Portugal for a combined 168 million euros (6.21 billion baht), the company said in a statement on Wednesday.

  • Aviation & tourism

    TAAX tickets at 7-Eleven stores

    28 Jan 2015 : Thai AirAsia X (TAAX) has enhanced its sales network by adding the ubiquitous 7-Eleven convenience stores and their associated Counter Service bill payment service provider to its range of outlets.

  • Aviation & tourism

    Airport set to double auto-gates

    28 Jan 2015 : The immigration process at Suvarnabhumi airport is set to become speedier and less of a hassle for Thai passport holders from March, when the number of automated passport-screening gates will be doubled.

  • Chao Phraya River flooded with travellers

    28 Jan 2015 : Eight riverside hotels on Charoen Krung and Charoen Nakhon roads are confident of a continued tourism boom along the Chao Phraya River, with new investment of 150 billion baht already pledged.

  • aviation

    THAI moves to slash jobs, sell aircraft

    27 Jan 2015 : Ailing national carrier Thai Airways International Plc (THAI) plans to shed 5,000 employees, scrap unprofitable routes and sell off assets, including aircraft, in a bid to nurse itself back to financial health.  

  • AirAsia ditches surcharge

    27 Jan 2015 : AirAsia has made good on its recent pledge to remove its fuel surcharge and sooner than expected, in line with tumbling oil prices.

  • TOURISM & aviation

    Dasta promotes low-carbon, gastronomic travel activities

    27 Jan 2015 : The Designated Areas for Sustainable Tourism Administration (Dasta) will spend 505 million baht to promote community tourism and serve rising demand from tourists craving new travel experiences.

  • Budget airlines have 44% of market

    26 Jan 2015 : The sky is the limit for low-cost carriers (LCCs) that have made their presence felt even more deeply in Thailand.

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