AirAsia to relocate to Don Mueang
AirAsia will move its flight operation from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Don Mueang International Airport by October 1 this year.
The airline, which is maintaining its FD code for both domestic and international flights, will fly out and into Bangkok from Don Mueang. All flights follow original schedules. The airline says it is confident Don Mueang Airport will serve its plan to expand its fleet to 48 A320 aircraft.
Double-decker for the Thai skies
The first A380 for Thai Airways International (THAI) was rolled out of the Airbus paint shop in Hamburg over the weekend, bearing the airline's distinctive livery. This marks the completion of the painting and cabin installation work on the aircraft, which will now enter a final phase of ground and flight tests in Hamburg. In parallel, Airbus will also undertake advanced general performance tests with the aircraft before it flies to Toulouse in preparation for delivery to the airline in the third quarter of the year. THAI will operate the A380 on its premier routes from Bangkok to Europe.
Centara makes 'Cense'
Centara is to introduces its new spa brand "Cense", which it says offers more affordable, though not second best, treatment to the Centara Hotel & Convention Centre Khon Kaen in August. Cense is designed as a fast-service spa providing core treatments and beauty services at affordable rates for guests who do not have the leisure time to spend in a full-service spa. The new brand will be featured in selected properties of Centara Hotels & Resorts.
Take a bite of this
Drive to Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima province, and bite into a custard-apple. From Friday until July 10, the local farmers are gathering at Chattuchak Plaza on Mittraphab Road to celebrate the annual Custard-apple Festival. Cultural shows, best farm produce and the local food scene will add taste and colour to the festival. Noted for the country's best custard-apples, Pak Chong is about 200 kilometres northeast of Bangkok.