Just two months after launching the first regular flgiht between Kuala Lumpur and Pattaya and just following Thai AirAsia’s official launch last week of three weekly services to Nanchang and four weekly flights to Nanning, both located in China PRC.
At a press conference,Thai AirAsia CEO Tassapon Bijleveld announced that Thai AirAsia will open three more destinations simultaneously on November 27.
Daily flights will then be offered from U-Tapao to Macau, Singapore and Udon Thani in Northeast Thailand. Two Airbus A320 are due to be based permanently at the airport from the end of the year.
“The reason we’re continuing to launch new routes from U-tapao is we see its potential and the opportunity to draw travel and investment to the Eastern Seaboard,” indicated Thai AirAsia CEO.
TAA offers city and island transfer services using shuttle buses and ferry boats from U-Tapao to popular surrounding holiday destinations such as Koh Samet, Pattaya or Rayong. It plans to open transfer shuttle by boat to Koh Lan, later in the year.