Friday, 1 March 2013

Tourism News

Scandinavian Airlines will axe its services to Bangkok 1 April ending 64 years serving the Thai capital from cities in Scandinavia.
The airline will lay off 30 employees at the Bangkok office. The airline hopes to resume service to Thailand from its Copenhagen base during the winter season, starting November, but it will be without the financial obligations of full-time staff and a dedicated office. It is likely the airline will recruit the general sales agency in Bangkok to take over ground and sales operations to save costs for winter season flights.


The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam has confirmed, Wednesday, Air Mekong will halt operations, in March possibly until the end of the year to restructure its entire fleet.
After two years of operations, the carrier now says its Bombardier aircraft were unsuitable to serve its network economically. It will return the aircraft to the supplier and invest in other aircraft types.


Health plans for foreigners under review - BANGKOK POST

On health care measures for foreigners in preparation for the AEC, the ministry will target three groups of foreign nationals: people from countries sharing borders with Thailand who seek medical treatment here; foreign (migrant) workers and expatriates and their families who are not under the social security system; and foreigners who require a visa to enter Thailand.

About 3,000 members of cooperative groups in the Northeast have blocked the Friendship Highway in front of the Khlong Phai Prison in Nakhon Ratchasima's Si Khiu district, reports said

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