The flag carrier Airline of Thailand came into existence in 1988 as Thai Airways International Public Company Limited. It has its corporate headquarter in Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Bangkok. The founding member of the Star Alliance serves 84 destinations in 37 countries by using a fleet of 81 aircraft. It has its hub at Suvarnabhumi Airport and Phuket International Airport. THAI was earlier the operator of two of the world's longest non-stop routes between Bangkok and New York and Los Angeles.
What is the Thai Airways foundation date?
March 29th, 1960
What is the Thai Airways fleet size?
How many destinations are served by Thai Airways?
What are the in-flight entertainment options offered by Thai Airways?
- Fully leather seats
- On-board purchasing facility
- Facilities for physically disabled people
- On-demand movies (in local languages) and TV channels
- Touch-screen GUI Red system 2.0
- Updated position mapping system
- In-seat power supply with 2 USB ports
- In-seat AC power port
- Headphones for purchase
- On-demand food and drinks
What is THAI's frequent flyer program?
The frequent flyer program offered by THAI is known as Royal Orchid Plus. More than 2 million people have their membership with this program. Two types of miles are there that can be accrued with a Royal Orchid Plus account: Eligible Qualifying Miles (EQM) and Qualifying Miles (Q Miles).
What Thai Airways classes?
- Royal First Class (First Class)
- Royal Silk Class (Business Class)
- Economy Class
What Thai Airways fleet consists?
- Airbus A350-900
- Airbus A330-300
- Airbus A380-800
- Boeing 747-400
- Boeing 787-8
- Boeing 777-200
- Boeing 777-200ER
- Boeing 777-300
- Boeing 777-300ER
- Boeing 787-9
What is the Thai Airways Reservation Number?
If you are willing to availing any information about your trip or ticket, you should make a call at Thai Airways Reservation Number. This number is known for its high user-friendliness and utmost reliability. Experienced aviation professionals are assisting this number in availing information to the passengers.