AirAsia Thailand will recommence international flights from Don Mueang, Phuket and Hat Yai airports, servicing 18 routes to seven countries in Asia.
A total of 38 flights per week will be operation next month, with plans to reinstate up to 81 flights per week by May 2022 in support of Thailand’s economic recovery.
The return to service is aligned with Thailand’s reopening policy.
AirAsia Thailand chief executive officer Santisuk Klongchaiya said: “We chose to resume routes to countries that share Thailand’s reopening policy so that our guests can travel without having to worry about quarantine. The routes cover South-east Asia and South Asian countries, and we are working closely with the Tourism Authority of Thailand and relevant agencies to attract visitors to Thailand while maintaining and adhering to public health measures.
“With foreign travelers being able to travel throughout Asia, we’ll be leveraging the AirAsia domestic network, helping to generate revenue to all of the nation’s regions.”