Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) today welcomed another A330-300 into its fleet.
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) resumes flights to Samui after postponement, due to airport closure as a result of heavy rain and flooding.
Thai Airways International Public Co, Ltd (THAI) has decided to buy 37 new aircraft to replace 46 ageing planes and expand routes as part of its strategic and investment plans covering 2011-2017.
Thai Airways International has launched a new range of passenger self-service functionality ahead of schedule, while achieving cost reductions of 30% in new service implementation using SITA’s Integration Platform.
Today Prof. Dr. Chai-anan Samudavanija, member of THAI’s Board of Directors and Chairman of the airline’s Corporate Identity Committee, presided over a press conference on “THAI’s strategy on identity and service improvement towards being first choice carrier” and the contract signing ceremony between THAI, by Mr. Kanok Abhiradee, THAI’s President, and Interbrand Thailand Inc., by Mr. Chuck Brymer, Interbrand’s Group Chief Executive Officer, to develop THAI’s new corporate identity.