Thai Smile Airways to start regular flights in KTM-BKK route
Thai Smile Airways, a subsidiary of Thai Airways from Thailand is going to start regular Kathmandu-Bangkok flight.
Thai Smile is going to start regular flights in Nepal for the first time from next Friday (July 1). In addition, after two years, the airline will resume direct flight to Nepal-Thailand route.
The Civil Aviation Authority has stated that Thai Smile Airways is allowed to fly seven days a week.
“Thai Smile, which has completed all the procedures, will be allowed seven days a week from next Friday,” said NEA spokesperson Jagannath Niraul.
Thai Smile’s official agent in Nepal is GSA Society International Travel. According to the society, the Kathmandu-Bangkok flight will start from this Friday as the demand for this destination flight is pretty high.
Thai Smile is a sister company of Thai Airways. Thai Smile started commercial flights in July 2012. Thai Smile flies to 20 destinations in Thailand, including Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, India and Vietnam.