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The Utapao Pattaya airport is now open for domestic flights May 1st 2009.There is a small local airstrip with limited facilities at U-Tapao (U-Tapao International Airport Information Tel: 038-245595, U-Tapao International Airport Office Tel: 038-245600 or your local travel agent. If you want a good Travel agent ex Thai Airlines behind Jack & Tars in the small Soi 6/1 2nd Road opposite the Bangkok Bank. All the expats use her and we guarantee good service from her.

Nok Airlines, 39% owned by Thai Airways International,

Cut price airline

http://www.nokair.com/NokConnext/aspx/Welcome.aspx

Meanwhile, Thai AirAsia is fighting to curtail losses this year, adopting some methods that are unconventional for low-cost carriers, to boost revenues and keep seats filled even it means they do not offer any profit margin. They also want to delist and go private in Oct 2008. The no-frills carrier could be in the red again this year but hoped the losses would be less than in 2007, chief executive Tassapon Bijleveld has said. Mr Udom's plan to suspend One-Two-Go was also influenced by a sense of betrayal from his two local rivals, which earlier agreed to adopt a survival package a few weeks ago but failed to follow through. It was agreed that the trio would avoid price-cutting while increasing fuel surcharges, raising fares, reducing capacity and dropping low-traffic routes. Mr Udom said domestic fares needed to go up by 30% from current levels to about 2,500 baht per leg. The average domestic fares charged by Thai Airways International is roughly 2,200 baht, compared with 2,000 baht for One-Two-Go, and 1,500 baht for Thai AirAsia and Nok Air.

Fuel surcharges would need to increase to better reflect high fuel prices. Starting on July 5, One-Two-Go raised its fuel surcharge by 100 baht to 850 baht a leg. Fuel now accounts for 70% of its total operating costs, according to Mr Udom. The higher percentage of fuel is due to its use of eight ageing and fuel-thirsty MD 80 series jets.

''In this kind of environment, anyone can go (bust) anytime,'' he said. As a prelude to to a more drastic decision, One-Two-Go has cut frequencies on several routes, with the number of Bangkok-Chiang Mai and Bangkok-Phuket flights down to 21 a week from 28, Bangkok-Hat Yai halved to seven a week, while those to Chiang Rai and Nakhon Si Thammarat are down from seven to two flights per week.                                                                                              Mr Udom said he was considering the futures of 700 employees working for One-Two-Go in case of a shutdown, though he did not rule out retrenchment possibilities.
Options for the employees could include accepting severance pay, leave-without-pay arrangements, and enrolling in some training courses. The closure of One-Two-Go, which started flying in December 2003, may not be for good, he said. ''If the situation improved with fuel prices being lowered and the profitability outlook was better, we could be airborne again.'' Mr Udom declined to detail the financial impact that the airline industry downturn had had on One-Two-Go, saying only, ''We are financially sustainable.'' But he insisted that the parent carrier, Orient Thai Airlines, would continue to operate, flying chartered services and scheduled flights to Hong Kong and Incheon near Seoul. Earlier this year, Orient Thai branched out into freight service by creating the country's first dedicated cargo carrier, Orient Thai Cargo, deploying two used Boeing 747-200Fs, acquired from Japan Airlines.

Still going strong in April 2010 another cheap airline

http://www.airasia.com/

                  

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