During new winter program 2002/03, starting 27 October 2002, Thai Airways International plans to operate to four new destinations namely Xiamen in the Peopleå‘s Republic of China, Geneva in Switzerland, Bahrain and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, as well as to increase flight frequencies on international routes.
According to Kanok Abhiradee, THAI’s President, THAI plans to operate to four new destinations on the routes Bangkok-Xiamen v.v., Bangkok-Athens-Geneva v.v., and Bangkok-Bahrain-Abu Dhabi-Bangkok as only a small number of airlines currently serve these destinations. “These destinations offer a range of tourist attractions. I am also proud to say that Thai Airways International managed to emerge from the aviation crisis relatively unscathed and is ready to expand its network to cover more destinations,” said Mr. Abhiradee.
THAI also plans to add more flight frequencies on the routes between Bangkok and London, Frankfurt, Melbourne, Busan, Chengdu, Hanoi, Beijing and Tokyo in order to cater for the rising demand of passengers on these routes.
For more information, please contact the 24 hours reservations service tel. 0-2628-2000, or THAI offices worldwide.
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