Travelers cast a spotlight on the challenges of flying to Thailand and Malaysia, while the focus on air travel and airlines continues to be a sore spot

Thais are getting more frequent flights and airlines are making significant changes to their routes.

But the focus is also on air and road travel.

Air India and SpiceJet are facing fresh criticism over how they plan to expand their services to Malaysia, and the latest round of air and water tests on the airline have raised questions about safety.

The company’s head of operations in Malaysia said the company is “committed to the safety of our passengers”.

The airline’s first plane to reach the city of Kuala Lumpur will take off from Thammasat on Saturday, with the first two flights to Bangkok on June 30 and July 1.

AirAsia said in a statement it was working closely with the Ministry of Civil Aviation to ensure safety during the flight and ensure a smooth transition.

The airline said it has implemented a number of measures to minimise the risk of incidents during the trip, including increasing the number of security officers at every gate and ensuring that there are no gaps in security.

The regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand, said in its latest report that there have been seven incidents of people being hurt on flights from Thailand to Malaysia since May.

Thailand Airlines is the country’s biggest airline, with more than 5,000 flights a day.