Early next year will mark a decade since low-cost airline Thai AirAsia made its presence felt in the Kingdom. Operations have been so successful to date that CEO Tassapon Bijleveld is looking to the future with optimism, eyeing 20% growth this year.
The budget airline has been on a roll if the figures are to be trusted. According to a report by Capa _ Centre for Aviation and leading provider of independent aviation market analysis and consultancy InnovaData, Thai AirAsia now accounts for 57% of international budget carrier capacity in Thailand.
It currently serves 13 domestic and 19 international destinations.
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