Thai Airways is facing losses since 2013 (except 2016), and In 2019, it reported losses of 12.04 billion baht. Now in the Pandemic Covid-19, the company facing even more trouble when most of their capacity as air travel being grounded. It had been in trouble even before the outbreak of the coronavirus due to stiff competition from budget airlines. Continue reading
Pandemic Covid-19 had grounded almost 95% of their capacity as air travel around the world, and this really cause a huge impact to all Airline Company, no matter national airline or private airline company.
Now we learned about Thai Airways news. The company is facing losses since 2013 (except 2016), and In 2019, it reported losses of 12.04 billion baht. Now in the Pandemic Covid-19, the company facing even more trouble when most of their capacity as air travel being grounded.
Now, Thai Airways and Thailand Government are working to solve this situation.
Phuket International Airport to resume operations from 16 May, updated by The Amazing Thailand. This is a great news, and I loves Phuket so much, it is a island full of fun, as you can have a happening lifestyle on one side of the island and the quiet other side of it.
Meanwhile for country to travel to Thailand still fully depends on country government regulation/restriction. Continue reading
Milky Tan crowned as Mrs. Malaysia Tourism Queen International 2019 on 29th Sep 2019. She will be represent Malaysia for Mrs. Tourism Queen International 2019 at Thailand. Continue reading
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is organising a Gala Dinner for “Thanks 4 Million – Let’s Celebrate Songkran Festival” on Friday 19th April 2019, at Mandarin Oriental Hotel Kuala Lumpur.
Venue: Mandarin Oriental Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Date: 19th April 2019
Time: 17:00-18:00 Press Conference
18:00 Onwards Gala Dinner
It marks the success in welcoming 4 million Malaysians into Thailand in 2018 which generated revenue of 114,896 million Baht or approx. RM 14,730million Ringgit to Thailand. In fact, there are approx. 39 million arrival to Thailand from around the world. 10% out of it, is from Malaysia. Clap Clap for it. Continue reading