Small Planet Airlines Thailand

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Small Planet Airlines Thailand was a proposed start-up by the Small Planet Group. Small Planet planned to launch a new Thai leisure carrier be based in Bangkok with two Airbus A320 aircraft. The proposal is part of Small Planet Group's plan to introduce an Asian subsidiary in order to reduce the effects of seasonality on its business model - a model that up until now has meant providing primarily European holiday charters through its German, Lithuanian and Polish operations. However, The carrier suspended plans to obtain an AOC after ICAO raised concerns with Thailand's DCA in early 2015. Thailand's government suspended certification processes amid political reform during 2015. Small Planet Group abandoned plans to establish the Thai subsidiary due to the suspension.

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