People seeking flights to Thailand may find that airfares become slightly less expensive in the coming months.

People seeking flights to Thailand may find that airfares become slightly less expensive in the coming months.

This is because Airports of Thailand has announced that it is to reduce both landing and parking fees for carriers in order to encourage more people to visit the country even as the credit crunch continues, Reuters reports.

Meanwhile, Thai Airways has said today (January 22nd) that it is to move all its flights to Bangkok to the main airport.

Previously, the carrier has operated from Don Muang airport too, but those flights are to be moved to the main international hub, Suvarnabhum, by April, the International Herald Tribune attests.

Earlier this month, tourist officials in Thailand said that the country is well on the road to recovery in terms of tourist numbers after political disturbances closed its airports in December.

Phornsiri Manoharn, Tourism Authority of Thailand governor, said daily arrivals to the country had returned to 28,021 by January 5th this year.

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