THAI Smile moves into South Asia

THAI Smile, the ease auxiliary of Thai Airways, will dispatch its first courses to South Asia in the impending months, it has been accounted for.

Thailand's English dialect daily paper, The Nation, refered to a carrier official as saying that THAI Smile will add new courses to the Hyderabad and Colombo this quarter, alongside Myanmar's biggest city, Yangon.

"We are going to fly abroad more this year. India and Myanmar will be key spots. THAI Smile is chatting with THAI about moving its courses in India and Myanmar," Chalongchai Hiranyalekha, boss business consultant to THAI Smile, was cited saying.

This would stamp the first move into South Asia for THAI Smile, which started operations in 2012. Presently, it generally works residential courses, in addition to a worldwide administration from Bangkokto Macau, utilizing its armada of 174-seat Airbus A320 flying machine.