Thai AirAsia’s CEO Tassapol Bejlevield revealed that they have a plan to open another booking centre in Phuket town in addition to the successful existing centre in Patong opened earlier this year. “70% of customers are foreigners and the rest are Thai,” told the CEO. Looking for the location, Airasia aimed at those major tourist areas. “80% of the booking made via internet. However, to open service centre is to offer another option for customers that may have different styles of consumption.
Nowadays, Thai AirAsia services 8 Bangkok-Phuket flights daily and also a number of Phuket-Singapore flights . Considered adequate to meet the demands now, but in order to prepare Phuket for its secend hub in Thailand AirAsia is also ready to provide more flights and routes if there is an increase in demand.