The one-way fares for the Delhi-Bangkok route will start from Rs. 7,999 (all inclusive) whereas for Bangkok-Delhi route will start from Rs. 8633 (all in). Bookings for the routes are currently open, said the airline in a press statement.
The service on the Delhi-Bangkok route, commencing on April 15 will be operational six days a week (except Tuesday) and after May 9 the service would be a daily one.
Similarly the service on the Bangkok-Delhi route will be operational on all days except Wednesday till May 10 after which it would be available on all days.
"The new flight will connect the cities of Jaipur, Srinagar, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Jammu, Gorakhpur, Dharamshala, Surat and Jabalpur through convenient onward connections to Bangkok from Delhi,'' said the airline.