Jet Asia Airways' long-planned evolution from a largely charter operator to a scheduled airline is finally set to take place in September.
The privately owned Thai airline, founded in 2009, will kick off the transformation with maiden scheduled flights from Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi airport to Narita airport near Tokyo.
China, South Korea and more Japanese cities will follow as the airline builds a scheduled network that connects East Asia to Thailand and Southeast Asia, managing director Chairat Sangchan told the Bangkok Post yesterday.
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