Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) recently opened a new branch office under GSA - Majestic Travel & Tours LLC in Abu Dhabi located in Al Falah Street, Opposite Ministry of Finance.
The office was inaugurated by the Ambassador of Thailand Komate Kamalanavin with Chantouch Srinilta – general manager UAE & Middle East, Henry Boutros - area sales manager UAE & Middle East, Kumar Jagadeesan –general manager, Anta Travel and Vinit Singh -manager Majestic Travel & Tours.
THAI flies daily from Dubai, UAE to Bangkok, Thailand with smooth connections through its home base Suvarnabhumi International Airport to domestic Thailand destinations and beyond to the Far East, Asia and Australia.
Royal silk Business Class Cabin, inspired by the rich culture and heritage of Thailand, offers a personal lounge-office in the clouds with extensively customizable configurations offering optimum support, a statement said.
Distinctive culinary offerings and dedicated award winning service ensures that the flight is smooth as silk. THAI continues to focus on the importance of consistent product development based on customer satisfaction with state-of-art services that meets customers’ needs.
With a fleet of 95 aircraft operating to 75 destinations in 30 countries worldwide, THAI offers more than 1,850 flights each week to over 140 destinations in 55 countries, covering five continents. Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket, Chiang Mai and Krabi are the most popular routes out of Dubai.
THAI works closely with the Tourism Authority of Thailand to promote Thailand as a quality leisure destination. THAI has very strong market share in markets like Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Australia, Japan, China and Indo China from the UAE. – TradeArabia News Service
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