Thailand is prepared to welcome the Chinese airlines, which will be adding services to the eastern seaboard.
Two of the Chinese airlines will be headed to U-tapao airport, i.e. 36 km south of Pattaya.
While Donghai Airlines will be flying from Wanzhou to U-tapao, the Kunming Airlines is soon to start a service from Kunming, this July.
The Donghai Airlines which will use Boeing 737-800 series aircraft, will provide service threes day a week, to specify on, Thursday and Saturday.
The Wanzhou city on the upper reaches of the Yangtze River in China, borders Sichuan to the northwest and Hubei to the southeast.
The Donghai Airlines, owned by Sichuan Airlineswill also open services to Darwin, Australia as well as to U-tapao in Rayong, Thailand. Moreover this airline also plans to expand to 120 aircraft by 2025.
Services of the Kunming Airlines will be effective from the 1st of July, adding to its U-tapao service, four times a week, i.e. Monday, Wednesday and Friday and regulating to the holiday package market in Kunming, the capital of Yunnan province.
The co-owner Shenzhen Airlines, the Kunming Airlines already flies from Kunming to Hat Yai.
Yunnan being the closest Chinese province to Thailand, shares a border with northwest Laos near the town of Luang Namtha.
Source : The Thaiger
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