Thai Airways Thai Airways

Established in 1988, Thai Airways is the flag carrier airline for Thailand, flying to 78 destinations in 35 different countries. The airline's headquarters is located in Bangkok, Thailand and Suvarnabhumi Airport serves as its main hub, although other focus airports include Chiang Mai International Airport and Phuket International Airport.

The majority of Thai Airways' destinations are located in Europe and Asia and the company has one of the largest European operations of any Asia-Pacific airline. Moreover, Thai Airways has a subsidiary, Thai Smile, which serves as a regional carrier, handling domestic flights within Thailand itself.

In addition to providing excellent customer service, Thai Airways have developed a superb reputation for hygiene, thanks to the implementation of a special cleanliness measures, including hospital-grade air filtration. As a result, the airline was the first to ever be given an official hygiene award by the World Health Organization.

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Thai Airways flys to:
Auckland, Stockholm - Arlanda, Bangkok, Mumbai, Paris - Ch. De Gaulle, Jakarta, Copenhagen, Delhi, Denpasar/Bali, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Phuket, Washington - Dulles, Incheon - Incheon Intl, New York - John F Kennedy International, Osaka - Kansai International, Kuala Lumpur, Los Angeles, London - Heathrow, Manila, Munich, Nagoya, Tokyo - Narita, Chicago - OHare, Beijing (Peking), Shanghai, San Francisco, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore, Taipei, Vienna, Toronto

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Aviation hub goal edges closer with agreement on U-Tapao airport study - The Nation
Laval said the project would offer attractive business opportunities for aviation partner companies and suppliers. “Today's announcement also represents a strategic development for Thailand's plan to strengthen its presence in the aerospace industry ...
THAI and Airbus sign agreement to assess maintenance, repair, and ... - TravelDailyNews Asia-Pacific
The cooperation agreement between THAI and Airbus defines the framework of mutual cooperation to assess business opportunities related to the MRO development, which will lead to a possible future joint venture agreement.
Airbus, Thai Airways to Set Up Maintenance Hub in Thailand -Reuters - Fox Business
Airbus and Thai Airways International are going to jointly set up an operations and maintenance hub in Thailand, Reuters reports, citing a Thai Airways official said. Continue Reading Below. --The hub will cost about 11 billion baht ($339 million), of ...
Thai Airways and Airbus to establish 'MRO centre for the Asia Pacific ... - CAPA - Centre for Aviation
Thai Airways and Airbus signed (15-Dec-2017) a cooperation agreement to establish ";the MRO center for the Asia Pacific region"; at Utapao Rayong-Pattaya International Airport. The agreement follows an MoU signed on 08-Mar-2017 to conduct a feasibility ...
Why Thai Airways' New A350 XWB Helps you Cruise with Comfort - Prestige Online
Since its first launch in 2014, more than 84 A350 XWB aircrafts have jetted across the globe with 12 airlines, serving more than 15 million passengers on up to 140 routes. Among them is Thai Airways International (THAI), which has maintained an ...
BANGKOK: National carrier Thai Airways International and Airbus plan to jointly open an aircraft maintenance and ... - Free Malaysia Today
BANGKOK: National carrier Thai Airways International and Airbus plan to jointly open an aircraft maintenance and repair operations (MRO) hub in Thailand, a Thai Airways official said on Friday. The hub will cost about 11 billion baht (US$338 million ...
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Thai Airways, Airbus to build maintenance yard in Thailand - Nikkei Asian Review
BANGKOK -- European aerospace giant Airbus and Thai Airways International, the country's flag carrier, announced on Friday that they will open an aircraft maintenance yard to cater to the growing number of planes flying in Southeast Asia. The ...
Qatar Airways lifts Thai profile - Bangkok Post
Qatar's Chiang Mai service raises the airline's total weekly frequency to Thailand to 60 flights a week, flying 35 times a week to Bangkok, 14 times a week to Phuket and daily service to Krabi. The Qatar chief did not rule out serving other ...
Thailand hits 33 millionth tourist arrival, on its way to new record year - Thailand Business News
The Thai tourism industry hit a new record with the arrival of the 33 millionth visitor, and is now well on its way to exceed the projected targets of 34 million arrivals and 1.81 trillion Baht (US$ 50 billion) in tourism revenue earnings in the full ...
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