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Islamabad to Bangkok
From Rs.85000/- per person
Islamabad to Kuala Lumpur
From Rs.120,000/- per person
Islamabad to Beijing
From Rs.166,000/- per person
Islamabad to Beijing
From Rs.166,000/- per person
Lahore to Bangkok
From Rs.84000/- per person
Karachi to Bangkok
From Rs.83000/- per person
Islamabad to Guangzhou
From Rs.148,000/- per person
Islamabad to Singapore
From Rs.130,000/- per person
Australia: Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney
Bangladesh : Dhaka
China : Beijing, Kunming, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Cheng-Du, Xiamen, Hong Kong,Chongqing,Changsha,Taipei
Cambodia : Phnom Penh
India : Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Gaya, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Varanasi
Indonesia : Denpasar, Jakarta
Japan : Fukuoka, Nagoya, Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo
Korea : Busan, Seoul
Laos : Luang Prabang, Vientiane
Malaysia : Kuala Lumpur*, Penang*
Myanmar : Yangon
Nepal : Kathmandu
New Zealand : Auckland
Pakistan : Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore
Philippines : Manila
Singapore : Singapore
Sri Lanka : Colombo
Vietnam : Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh
* Joint operations with other airlines.
Belgium : Brussels
Denmark : Copenhagen
England : London (Heathrow)
France : Paris
Germany : Frankfurt, Munich
Italy : Rome, Milan
Sweden : Stockholm
Switzerland : Zurich
Norway : Oslo
Austria: Vienna *Effective 16 November 2017
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Thai Airways is the national flag carrier of Thailand. The airline has its corporate headquarters in Bangkok. The primary hub of Thai Airways is the Suvarnabhumi Airport, at Bangkok. Thai airways are among the founding members of the Star Alliance, which is an international airline alliance. Most Thai planes proudly adorn the Rolls-Royce T800 engines under their wings.
The Thai Airways flies to 84 destinations in 37 countries, using a fleet of over 77 aircraft. Currently, Thai airway is largely serving to European, East Asian, and South/Southwest Asian customers, although the airline intends to extend into Australasia. Thai Airways was the first Asia-Pacific Airline that landed on the London’s Heathrow Airport, and it still remains loyal to Europe, as most of its clientele remains of European descent.
The “Travel Green” initiative of Thai Airways is aimed at reducing Carbon dioxide emissions, reducing fuel costs and to address fluctuation from the global petroleum market. Thai Airways hopes to stimulate the biofuel industry of Thailand enough to provide for its entire fleet and has been in collaboration with the Thai government and private agencies to transform its ideals in reality.
The Airline also takes human hygiene to the utmost level. It is the only airline to be awarded by the WHO for installing Hospital-grade air filter mechanism in its airplanes to prevent airborne disease from spreading. The True HEPA filters can catch and remove 99.9% of dust and microorganisms from the cabin air. Additionally it has implemented “The Most Hygienic In-Cabin Environment Program” that emphasizes on surface cleanliness and food safety. Under this program, all disposable materials are removed after every flight and a process of sterilization and fumigation of all cabin equipment is done with special attention on the cleanliness of the air-circulation system.
Thai Airways has three maintenance centers that include U-Tapao International Airport at Rayong, Don Mueang International Airport in Greater Bangkok Area and Suvarnabhumi Airport in Central Bangkok. The centers service aircrafts of not only Thai Airways but also of other international airlines. These service centers are certified by the Federal Aviation Administration, the Joint Aviation Authorities, the European Aviation Safety Agency Part-145 Maintenance Organisation and the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau.
Currently the airline has 15 Airbus A330-300, 5 Airbus A350-900, 6 Airbus A380-800, 3 Boeing 737-400, 10 Boeing 747-400, 6 Boeing 777-200, 6 Boeing 777-200ER, 6 Boeing 777-300, 14 Boeing 777-300ER and 6 Boeing 787-8 making a total of 77 aircrafts.
Thai Airways international operation was a joint venture between Thai Airways (then a domestic airline) and Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and was initiated in 1960 to create an international wing of Thai Airways. SAS held 30% of its share that was procured for two million Thai Baht. Scandinavian Airlines was given operational, administrative, and marketing responsibilities for the nascent airline. Through the years Thai citizens were trained and promoted into the higher echelons of the organization.
The Airline launched its intercontinental flight to Australia and to Europe in 1971.It began to provide services to North American customers in 1980.
In April 1977, After 17 years of assistance, cooperation and aid from Scandinavian Airways, the Thai government bought out all its share making Thai Airways a purely government-owned entity. However, by 2016, the government-owned only 51 percent and the rest of the 49 percent were being traded at the Thai Stock Exchange.
In 1988, the government decided best to merge the two wings of Thai Airways, the domestic and the international into one large company and it was called the Thai Airways international. In 1991, Thai Airways shares were opened for public bidding, and the IPO was the largest ever undertaking by any government in Thailand.
On 14 May 1997, Thai Airways along with United Airlines, SAS, Air Canada, and Lufthansa created the first and largest airline alliance in the world and named it Star alliance.
Thai airways strong and aggressive expansion of its network of destinations saw the Thai planes land at Chengdu, Busan, Chennai, Xiamen, Milan, Moscow, Islamabad, Hyderabad and Oslo all through the 2000s.
2006 was a year of rebirth for the company. Along with a new airport, the airline bought new aircrafts and revamped its entire look. The new seating, more alert ground air services and a fresher livery on Thai plane’s tailfins brought up a renewed interest of its already diverse clientele.
Celebrating its fiftieth anniversary in 2010, Thai Airways built new plans for the airline’s future. Thai Airways went through major expansion of the aircraft fleet and upgradation of existing services. Thai airways placed orders for the cost-efficient Boeing 787 and Airbus A350. It has also pledged to refurbish its existing Boeing 747 and 777 cabins for a better flight experience.
Following the global financial crisis in 2008, the petroleum prices fluctuations and the Greek financial crisis, Thai Airways maneuvered its path to add non-stop flights to Phuket, Copenhagen and Stockholm.
In June 2016, as a result of its renewal plan, Thai Airways declared to inaugurate flights to Tehran and Moscow in October and November 2016 respectively, followed by an intention of reinitiate flights to Perth and Brisbane in 2017.