I visited Thai Airways restaurant in Bangkok. A lot of used airplane seats and parts turned into furniture which makes the place unique. The food price was very reasonable too.
After lunch, I joined my friend Rena in showing me the airplane graveyard in Bangkok. In the middle of the city, there are 747 and MD-80 abandoned. Unfortunately, when we arrive at the graveyard, the planes were gone! They became the ghost planes of Bangkok!
Next, I followed Patee, who is launching a new airline called Really Cool Airlines to another airplane in the middle of the night market. This airplane is a L1011 Tristar from Thai Sky Airlines which I have flown on it once. It is now a restaurant and cocktail bar in the middle of ChangChui market.
Next, I visited Routes Asia 2023 in Chiang Mai, Thailand. I went behind the scenes to speak with airlines, airports, and tourism authorities about their desire to reconnect in Asia and what’s new in their network strategies. Take a look at the video with many great insights from airlines such as Finnair, Fiji Airways, STARLUX Airlines, Thai Lion Air and airports such as Melbourne Airport, Edmonton International Airport (YEG), and Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority all wanting to expand their Asia presence.