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Thai Airways operates primarily from Bangkok. It has two hubs including Suvarnabhumi Airport and Phuket International Airport and is a member of the Star Alliance programme. Thai Airways has been flying from Australia since 1971, and now flies 40 times per week to Bangkok, flying out of Sydney, Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane. Connections are then available to the airline’s network of over 70 destinations including Europe and North America.
Thai Air Travel Classes – Cheap FlightsThai has four travel classes: Economy, Premium Economy, Royal Silk and Royal First. Special fares are available for Seniors (passengers aged 55 and older) travelling in Royal Silk or Royal First.
Royal First ClassRoyal First is the premium class cabin offered by Thai Airways. Since March 2008, this has not been available on flights between Thailand and Australia. Passengers travelling to Europe and South Africa from Australia can buy fares combining Royal Silk between Australia and Thailand, and Royal First for the duration of their journey.
Royal Silk - Business ClassRoyal Silk Class is Thai's Business Class. Advantages of the Royal Silk class include lounge access, priority boarding and baggage handling and a dedicated check-in desk at many major airports.
On board, business and first class passengers enjoy a wider selection for menu options, a wide seat pitch (flat bed for some first class routes) and a greater selection on inflight entertainment.
Both First and Business Class passengers may use the airport lounges available at Bangkok and other airports. Lounges offer benefits such as spa treatments, thai massage and shower facilities.
Economy ClassEconomy and Premium Economy feature a personal on-demand in-flight entertainment system on some aircraft, including on flights between the east coast airports in Australia and Thailand when operated by Boeing 777’s.
The premium economy class cabin is currently being rolled out on selected aircraft. Benefits of the cabin include extra legroom with a 42 inch seat pitch, wide arm rests and wider aisles.
Royal Orchid Plus Frequent FlyerThe frequent flyer programme of the airline is called Royal Orchid Plus. Membership is free and available to all travellers over the age of 2. Points may be purchased to reach targets for reward flights more quickly. Points are earned from both airline travel and partners including hotels and car hire companies.
Source: www.thaiairways.com.au, 03/08/08...
Top destinations for this airline include Amsterdam,
For more information go to http://www.thaiairways.com.au/ or contact them at; 75 Pitt Street ,
Sydney NSW 2000
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