33 new airlines of Thailand to be launched next year

Thailand is about to welcome three new airlines, P80 AIR, Really Cool Air, and Landarch Airline, this yr. The ultra-low-cost airline from Malaysia, MYAirline, can be preparing a brand new route to the Land of Smiles.
DailyNews reported today that the three new airways have applied for operational licenses with the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) and the approval process is expected to be accomplished by 2024. P80 AIR, and Really Cool Air will function both home and international flights, whereas Landarch Airline will focus solely on domestic flights.
Hidden to use a small 10-seater plane to offer flights between every province in a selected region, starting from the south and extending to the north of Thailand. The airline might be based mostly in provinces outdoors of Bangkok, which can help the previous airways that do not operate flights to secondary provinces.
P80 AIR has Prayut Mahagitsiri and Chalermchai Mahagitsiri on their board of administrators. Chalermchai is the CEO of the Thoresen Thai Agencies (TTA) which is price virtually five billion baht. On the opposite hand, Really Cool Air has the previous vice chairman of Nok Air Airline on its government board.
DailyNews additionally reported that MYAirline, an ultra-low-cost airline from Malaysia, can be interested in opening a path to Thailand and is getting ready to seek an operating license from the CAAT.
Thailand presently has eight major plane operators, including Bangkok Airways, Nok Air, Thai Asia, Thai Asia X, Thai Lion Air, Thai Airways, Thai Smile, and Thai VietJet Air.
Recently, Piyasawat Amranand, President of Thai Airways International (THAI)’s Business Rehabilitation Plan, announced a merger with Thai Smile Airways and Thai Airways this year in an effort to reduce back losses and operational costs.
About 800 workers from Thai Smile will serve as the staff of Thai Airways, however the welfare and use of the Thai Smile logo will stay. The firm is presently learning the advantages and disadvantages of the merger before proposing the plan to the creditor committee..

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