Back in September, the airline took off for for the first time, traveling from Bangkok to Yancheng, China. Then just 6 weeks later, the airline added a route to Seoul, South Korea. Right now, they only have one aircraft so U-Airlines are limited to charter services. Once the airline takes delivery of their second ride, they will commence regular scheduled commercial services.
Next month, the carrier plans to bring their flying pumpkins to Chang Mai and Phuket, then expand to even more domestic cities. Eventually, they plan to have just about 18 jets, including mention of A380s, enabling them to spread their proverbial wings to more destinations in China and South Korea and eventually Japan, India, Indonesia, Cambodia, Mongolia, the UAE and Turkey.