It has been confirmed that a new airline will start offering new flights to Thailand at the start of next month.

It has been confirmed that a new airline will start offering new flights to Thailand at the start of next month.

Crystal Thai Airlines (CTA) is set to introduce flights from Bangkok to Incheon and Muan in South Korea on February 3rd.

The airline, which plans to become Thailand’s third largest carrier, has confirmed that the new service will operate twice-weekly and will meet growing demand from travellers in both countries.

Other possible destinations in the future include flights to Mumbai and Cochin in India as well as Dubai and Phuket in Thailand.

It is understood that the maiden flights for CTA will make use of an Airbus A320 with a total of 174 seats.

The airline is also planning to expand its fleet with the addition of a second A320 and an A330-200 before the end of 2011.

Last month, CTA confirmed that training of flight crew staff is underway.

Written by Erin Marshall

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