JC Airlines, a joint venture airline with Chinese investors based in Cambodia, will launch a service to Chiang Mai this July.
The airline has logged timetable information with booking sites for a twice-weekly service. Even without Covid-19 dampening demand, building enough bookings between the northern Thailand city and Cambodia’s capital to breakeven remains a challenge.
JC Cambodia International had earlier announced it would start the service in early March, but the lockdown in Thailand and the ongoing ban on international flights to all airports across the country until at least 30 June disrupted launch plans.
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