Thai Airways devises promotional fares for flyers

Thai Airways devises promotional fares for flyers

Thai Airways has on offer a slew of promotional fares for students, MICE tourists and wedding groups planning a trip  to Thailand, Australia and New Zealand.

We are living in a world where travel is emerging as an integral part of life and at a time when Thailand and Singapore are on the “to-go” list among Indian travellers, Thai Airways is the ultimate choice of travel. The renowned global airline player not only offers boosts to Thailand as a prospective tourist destination but also provides a vast network of connections to other destinations in South-East Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Los Angeles in the United States.
As of now, Thai Airways has six online stations in India including New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad. Indian travellers planning to fly to Bangkok can do so from any of these stations. Vichaya Singtoroj, General Manager, Thai Airways International- Kolkata explained, “All our flights are well-known to offer convenience, Indian cuisine and unmatched in-flight service to entice Indian flyers. We are thinking of increasing our frequencies from New Delhi and Kolkata sometime in the current year.”
The airline has the highest flow of passengers from New Delhi and has lined up an array of promotional fares to spruce up customer service in the current period. Singtoroj said, “We have come up with competitive group fares for MICE travellers and wedding groups flying down to Thailand and beyond. There is also special students fare travelling to Australia with 40 kg baggage allowance.”
The airline has no such discounted offers for Senior Citizens travelling to Thailand. Singtoroj added, “We have introduced one-way fares for those flying to Australia and New Zealand with a baggage allowance of 40 kg and the offer is on till September 30, this year.”

Future plans of Thai Airways:
•Competitive group fares for corporates and wedding groups travelling to Thailand and beyond.
•Special students fare flying to Australia with 40 kg baggage allowance.
•One-way fare for tourists going to Australia and New Zealand with a baggage allowance of 40 kg.
•Increasing flight frequency from New Delhi and Kolkata.

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