Thai Smile Air Reveals Upcoming International Plans

New regional carrier Thai Smile Air, which commenced flight operations earlier this month, has outlined its international expansion plans. The subsidiary of Thai Airways will launch services to Hyderabad from its Bangkok hub, while also connecting Phuket with Singapore.   Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) – Hyderabad Beginning 16 September 2012, Thai Smile spreads its wings to India … Continue reading

Hyderabad Gains New Park Hyatt

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has opened the Park Hyatt Hyderabad, its second property to fly the brand’s flag in India. Located in the upscale Banjara Hills district of the sprawling business hub, the new 8-storey glass and granite property blends design with contemporary luxury to present one of the most sought after luxury hotels in Hyderabad.   Ranging in size … Continue reading

Hyatt Opens Second Goa Property

Hyatt Hotels Corporation opened its second property in Goa on India’s west coast earlier this week. Located on the calm and inviting waters of Bambolim Bay, the new Grand Hyatt Goa is built in the architectural style of a 17th century Indo-Portuguese palace and spread across 28 acres of lush tropical gardens.   314 contemporary … Continue reading

Qatar Airways Adds New Indian Destination To Network

Doha-based carrier Qatar Airways expanded its network in South Asia yesterday with the launch of flights between the Qatari capital and Kolkata, its 12th Indian destination. The inaugural service, carrying a full load of international media and paying passengers, arrived to a traditional water cannon salute at Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport.   Departing … Continue reading

Flydubai Plans Second Indian Route

Middle Eastern low cost carrier Flydubai has unveiled plans to launch its second route to India from 11 June 2011. Following the successful commencement of operations between Dubai and Lucknow last year, the airline will fly 3 times weekly flights between the emirate and Hyderabad, providing a low cost connection to and from South India.   … Continue reading