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zzaa09    329

See new operator for Buriram in addition to Nok Air.

http://www.happyair.co.th/

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Rather ironic.....as 'Happy Air" folded up their tents before they even began operating one day! Sorry to hear....but, on the other hand - one should be instinctively suspicious regarding this type of fly-by-night airline. I'll stick with Nok Air anyway.

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zzaa09    329

It wasn't too long ago that Thai Airways domestic, offered daily and twice-daily flights from a rather large routing network. As the years pass, they've either cut back substantially or discontinued all together from their once very broad network. It's sad, really.....as a number of 'regional' carriers have come and gone with only one solid domestic airline available for those mid-market locales. A number of places, that surely could support a route, throughout the country are today left with no scheduled flights.

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gotlost    42

It is sad that their is no air service for Udon, KK, Ubon, Burrim, Roi Et to name a few but if there was the number of customers as claimed on these routs an air line would be flying. Unfortunately there is not enough of a customer base to make these routes profitable.

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zzaa09    329

It is sad that their is no air service for Udon, KK, Ubon, Burrim, Roi Et to name a few but if there was the number of customers as claimed on these routs an air line would be flying. Unfortunately there is not enough of a customer base to make these routes profitable.

I find this rather difficult to believe.....though, it might be realistic. I can imagine that the demand for air services within these markets might be as substantial as it was 10 years ago - even more so. Personally, I could lay blame on Thai Airways {domestic}. The steady flagship of all domestic carriers, as well as the political favourite of the transportation/aviation Ministry......restricting competition, routes, licensing, partnerships with 'other' domestic carriers, etc, etc. Outside of their clear and present corrupt activities for years and the fanciful international expansion - all which have basically broken the once proud airline - some could see a growing system of failure, as such services apply to incountry airline operations.

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jackspratt    237

It is sad that their is no air service for Udon, KK, Ubon, Burrim, Roi Et to name a few but if there was the number of customers as claimed on these routs an air line would be flying. Unfortunately there is not enough of a customer base to make these routes profitable.

:huh:

Thai has 3 flights per day Bangkok/Udon/Bangkok.

Nok has 2.

Air Asia has 2.

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THAILIBAN    103

See new operator for Buriram in addition to Nok Air.

http://www.happyair.co.th/

TBWG wai.gif

Rather ironic.....as 'Happy Air" folded up their tents before they even began operating one day! Sorry to hear....but, on the other hand - one should be instinctively suspicious regarding this type of fly-by-night airline. I'll stick with Nok Air anyway.

sorry but what are you talking about ?

they just opened new routes Phuket - NST and Phuket - Hat Yai.........

BTW,

there are flights to and from Isaan from Udon, Khonkaen, Nakhon Phanom, Sakon Nakhon, Buriram and Ubon these days....

Plus Solar Aviation as a new player in the market expected to start flying into LOEI again as well.......

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