On December 1st, 2013 Thai Airways’ daily service between London Heathrow and Bangkok will be jet-propelled into the 21st century when the world’s largest aircraft, the A380, comes into operation on the route. The A380 is just the latest advance in Thai’s 53-year pioneering history and another clear sign of its commitment to offering customers the most comfortable and environmentally friendly flights available allied to its incomparable THAI service.
From June 11th, British Airways’ customers will be able to fly to the popular Thai holiday hotspots of Phuket, Koh Samui and Chiang Mai thanks to a new agreement between the airline and Bangkok Airways. The codeshare arrangement between the two airlines means that British Airways’ customers will be able to book flights, via Bangkok, to these tourist destinations in one seamless transaction on ba.com.
Amadeus and Thai Airways International, the flag carrier of Thailand, have signed a long-term, full content agreement that enables the airline to reach Amadeus’ network of travel agencies across the world. Amadeus users worldwide will now have guaranteed access to the entire range of fares, schedules and availability relating to more than 18 million seats sold annually by THAI and its new brand, THAI Smile.
Tourism New Zealand, national carrier Thai Airways and Auckland Airport have just launched a new initiative offering special deals to families travelling from Thailand to picturesque New Zealand. The campaign aims to encourage Thai families to explore New Zealand’s stunning landscapes and experience the golden season of autumn by road.
AWAS announced today that it has agreed to place nine A320 aircraft from its new order pipeline with Thai Airways, the flag carrier of Thailand. These aircraft will be used for the expansion of Thai’s successful regional subsidiary, ThaiSmile.
Thai Airways has confirmed it will launch its first Airbus A380 next week. The superjumbo will launch flights between Bangkok and Hong Kong on September 27th, to be followed by a Bangkok-Singapore route on October 6th.
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) announced that electronic boarding passes issued on smartphones will be used in lieu of paper boarding passes, which will be introduced on domestic flights departing from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Chiang Mai and Phuket, effective 1 August 2012. Electronic boarding passes, using the two dimensional “Mobile 2D Barcode Boarding Pass,” will reduce check-in counter processes, increase passenger convenience, and to protect the environment.
THAI Smile, the new sub-brand service from Thai Airways International (THAI), is launching its first direct flight from Bangkok to Macau in the newly delivered Airbus 320 - 200 aircraft.
THAI Airways president Piyasvasti Amranand has called on the Pacific Asia Travel Association to help make it easier for Thai nationals to get tourism visas. Addressing 120 public and private sector travel industry executives at PATA Hub City Forum in Bangkok yesterday, he said, while e-visas were discussed at Davos, there were many small things destinations can do to help Thais travel to Europe.
This Thursday Thai Airways International (THAI) is set to be the first airline in Asia to fly a commercial passenger flight using biofuels to support the Company’s Travel Green initiative which is part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program.
From the afternoon of 16 November, Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) resumed operations at the Head Office on Vibhavadi-Rangsit Road.
Thai Airlines is now set to introduce added in-flight facilities and plans on mesmerizing its passengers with sharp discounts for its upcoming flights to Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia and Vientiane, departing from London.