The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) will invite 14 airlines to a meeting in the lead-up to a submission to the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) that seeks the removal of a red flag against Thai aviation.
A group of tourists off the Similan Islands in Thailand spotted some 30 false killer whales swimming in the Andaman Sea. Tourists began snapping pictures of the marine mammals, which are a type of dolphin when they began circling the boat. These animals are said to grow up to five to six metres in length upon reaching adulthood. Tour operators a...
THE THAILAND Convention and Exhibition Bureau yesterday launched the MICE United IV campaign, the latest version of an annual promotion to attract travellers from around the world for meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions.
About five Thai-registered airlines could be grounded if they do not get a new Air Operator Certificate by July 1. However, the impact is expected to be minimal since these airlines are mainly operators of chartered flights and domestic aviation services. Thailand has
EXPORTS in February decreased in value year on year for the first time in four months, a decline attributed to the high value of gold and aerospace exports in February 2016, according to the Commerce Ministry.
THAILAND’S travel and tourism sector grew by nearly 11 per cent in 2016 and will be the world’s 10th-fastest-growing over the next decade, with an average growth rate of 6.5 per cent per annum, a new report by the World Travel & Tourism Council predicts.
Leading companies and private-sector associations are cooperating with the Commerce Ministry to draw up strategies to help connect Otop (One Tambon, One Product) merchandise with their target consumer groups.
NEW TERMS of reference (ToR) for the multibillion-baht double-track railway project will be finished within two weeks, according to Anon Luangboriboon, acting State Railway of Thailand (SRT) governor.