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Thai Airways – A Great Way to Experience the History and Culture of Thailand


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The beginning of the famous airline Thai Airways International was in 1960. It started its venture with the introduction of flights to 7 Asian destinations. Today the airline has outgrown to become a massive airline company connecting 11 domestic destinations and 61 international destinations across 35 countries.

The airline provides four classes of travel for the convenience of the passengers based on the ticket fares. They are the Royal First Class, Royal Silk Class, Premium Economy Class and Economy Class. The Royal First Class cabins are designed with aesthetic interiors and sleeper seating that tilt back to 180 degrees to convert it to cozy beds. The passengers are also provided with soft blankets, pillows and slippers. The Royal Silk Class cabins are also designed with separate cabins with two seats which can be stretched out to give extra space, while the Economy Class cabins have separate seats with the latest in-flight amenities. All the cabins are provided with latest AVOD system where the passengers can enjoy an array of movies, music and TV programs of their choice. The First Class and Business Class passengers can order their food while booking their ticket.

This Thai Airline also offers a wide range of lip smacking cuisine wherein the passengers can enjoy a sumptuous meal. They are also offered snacks, refreshments, and drinks onboard. You can book tickets either online or through other mediums like call centers, travel agents, or the airline reservation counters. The online booking option is the best method since it is the most comprehensive and user-friendly tool. The website provides several options like planning your trip, booking your ticket, choosing the right flight, flight schedules, PNR status, fare calculator, time table, and so on.

Thai Airways provides its passengers several on-ground facilities and frequent flyer programs. The frequent flyers can avail Royal Orchid Miles wherein the passengers can earn extra mile on every mile they traveled and redeem the points on hotel stay, extra baggage, upgrades, shopping, and so on. The airline also provides discounted tickets for the convenience of the passengers. They can book tickets directly on the website of the airline to avail introductory offers and other discounted tickets.

Being the national flag carrier and a member of the ICCA, Thai Airways is committed to encourage tourism development; hence, it launches various promotional offers to encourage the passengers to travel in Thai Airways. The airline also facilitates the passengers to carryout an easy booking with the assistance of AMADEUS Global Distribution System. Moreover, it is the founding member of Star Alliance group and is renowned for being largest airline in the world. So, plan your trip and book your ticket on Thai Airways to enjoy a comfortable journey.

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