Five international airlines are launching new routes or increasing frequencies on existing routes between Thailand and China, India, the Maldives, Singapore, and Turkey. Could flights to the United States be on the radar screen?
Flight attendants weigh in on the "who's the worst passenger" debate: Are Hong Kong travelers really the most "frustrating" to deal with? Do they really treat flight cabin crew "like serfs"? Do they really push the call button far too often?
Passengers transiting in Qatar can make four day 96 hour stopovers with no-cost visas on arrival. Quick travel guide to the top 10 sightseeing attractions, the 10 most popular hotels, where to eat, and how to book cheap airline tickets.
Amazing Thailand: More than three-fourths of hotels and resorts in the Southern Thai province of Phuket are operating without a license as record numbers of foreign tourists continue to flock to the tropical island’s sunny shores.
Aviation News: Hong Kong Airlines announced plans to launch non-stop service linking Hong Kong with Los Angeles on 18 December 2017. The airline will deploy Airbus A350 airliners on the route, which will initially operate 4 times weekly.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is offering visa-free travel for Thai nationals visiting the country this summer and fall. Visa free travel represents a substantial saving for Thai travelers to the country as UAE visas usually cost 3,000 Thai baht, or US$90.
First hand review of Cathay Pacific Airways Airbus 350-900 flight from Hong Kong to Bangkok in Amazing Thailand - seat, food, ambiance, arrival, checking flight status, getting the best foreign currency exchange rate
Qatar Airways and Qatar Tourism Authority launch free doha stopover with complimentary visas and hotel stays for international passengers changing planes at Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar. How does it work?
Passengers waiting in line to board a Singapore Airlines flight at Hong Kong International Airport. Photo Credit: Accidental Travel Writer Airlines and Aviation Should the U.S. Congress and legislative bodies in other countries ban the...
United Airlines suffers public relations disaster after a passenger is forcibly dragged off a plane that has been overbooked - and bloodied in the process. Just a one off or business as usual in the Unfriendly Skies?