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Thailand’s national flag carrier, Thai Airways International Plc (THAI), on Tuesday announced its plan to resume direct flights to Johannesburg from June 2 onward.
THAI launched its direct flights to Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa, on October 31, 2006, but later suspended the direct flights in January 2009, stating that the long-haul flights did not meet minimum yield expectations.
According to the airline’s president Dr. Piyasvasti Amranand, the resumption of direct flights to the South African city is a part of the airline’s network expansion to increase connectivity of its …
Thai Airways International Plc (THAI) is now offering special air fares out of its “Fly THAI Get More” promotion for selected domestic and international routes.
In a recent press briefing, THAI’s executive vice president for commercial department Pandit Chanapai said the promotional round-trip air fares, inclusive of airport tax and surcharges, will start from 2,810 baht for domestic destinations and from 4,300 baht for oversea destinations for the passengers in economic class.
The special prices, he said, are also available for the air tickets for popular oversea destinations, 5,645 baht for Singapore, …