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Thai Airways - Promosi

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Rancang Perjalanan Anda bersama Airpaz dan Dapatkan Thai Airways Tiket Penerbangan lebih Murah Hari Ini! Airpaz Menawarkan Penerbangan Mudah Thai Airways Untuk Menempah Tiket Penerbangan Dengan Harga Promosi 2019.

 

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Thai Airways

Thai Airways (TG)

 Percuma Elaun Kabin Bagasi 7kg
 Percuma Daftar Masuk Elaun Bagasi 20kg
 Daftar Masuk 120 minit sebelum Berlepas
 Percuma Snek Dalam Pesawat
 Daftar Masuk Dalam Talian
TG

Laluan Terkenal

Thai Airways flights from Brisbane to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi
Thai Airways flights from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Auckland
Thai Airways flights from Auckland to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi
Thai Airways flights from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Brisbane
Thai Airways flights from Auckland to Singapore Changi Intl Airport
Thai Airways flights from Singapore Changi Intl Airport to Auckland
Thai Airways flights from Brisbane to Singapore Changi Intl Airport
Thai Airways flights from Singapore Changi Intl Airport to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi
Thai Airways flights from Melbourne Avalon Geelong to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi
Thai Airways flights from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Melbourne Avalon Geelong
Thai Airways flights from Bangalore to Auckland
Thai Airways flights from Brisbane to Bangalore
Thai Airways flights from Auckland to Stockholm
Thai Airways flights from Stockholm to Auckland
Thai Airways flights from Brisbane to Stockholm
Thai Airways flights from Bangalore to Brisbane
Thai Airways flights from Stockholm to Brisbane
Thai Airways flights from Melbourne Avalon Geelong to Singapore Changi Intl Airport
Thai Airways flights from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Bangalore
Thai Airways flights from Stockholm to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi
Thai Airways flights from Bangalore to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi
Thai Airways flights from Singapore Changi Intl Airport to Bangalore
Thai Airways flights from Bangalore to Singapore Changi Intl Airport
Thai Airways flights from Stockholm to Singapore Changi Intl Airport
Thai Airways flights from Singapore Changi Intl Airport to Stockholm
Thai Airways flights from Auckland to Mumbai
Thai Airways flights from Mumbai to Brisbane
Thai Airways flights from Brisbane to Mumbai
Thai Airways flights from Mumbai to Auckland
Thai Airways flights from Mumbai to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi
Thai Airways flights from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Mumbai
Thai Airways flights from Singapore Changi Intl Airport to Mumbai
Thai Airways flights from Mumbai to Singapore Changi Intl Airport
Thai Airways flights from Melbourne Avalon Geelong to Bangalore
Thai Airways flights from Bangalore to Melbourne Avalon Geelong

Baggage

Information Baggage of Thai Aiways

Free Baggage
Checked Baggage Policy by Weight Concept applicable to Purely Domestic Sectors

Categories Maximum Combine Weight of
Royal Silk Class 40 kg (88 pounds)
Premium Economy Class 30 kg (66 pounds)
Economy Class 30 kg (66 pounds)
Infant not occupying a seat 10 kg (22 pounds)
ROP * Star Alliance Gold Member Extra 20 kg (44 pounds)
Royal Orchid Platinum Member 30 kg (66 pounds)
(On TG sectors only) Extra
ROP Silver Member 10 kg (22 pounds)
(On TG Sectors only) Extra

Carry on baggage
In addition to the checked baggage allowance, each passenger is allowed to hand carry one baggage at maximum length 56 cm (22 inches), width 45 cm (18 inches), thickness 25 cm (10 inches). These dimensions include wheels, handles, and side pockets. Total weight of the carry-on baggage must not exceed seven kg (15 lb). Passengers are required to place the baggage in the overhead compartment or under their own seat.
Passengers can bring the following items free of charge :
• Handbag/wallet/purse with the maximum length 37.5 cm (15 inches), width 25 cm (10 inches), depth 12.5 cm (5 inches), or the total of three dimensions do not exceed 75 cm (30 inches) with the total weight not exceeding 1.5kgs(3.3lb). Notebooks, or portable personal computers are also applied with this condition.
• Walking sticks (crutches) used by elderly passengers, sick passengers, and handicapped passengers
• Camera or small binoculars
• Infant food

Check In

Check-in Times

Counter check in
Check-in counters open 2 (two) hours before scheduled departure and close 30 minutes before scheduled departure. If you arrive late you will not be able to board and will need to buy a new ticket.

The times shown on this ticket or itinerary/receipt if applicable are the departure times of the aircraft. Check-in times, as advised by your carrier, or in the airline's timetable, are the latest times at which passengers can be accepted for travel, allowing the necessary time to complete all formalities. Flights cannot be held up for passengers arriving late, and no responsibility can be accepted in such cases.

Online Check-in
Online Check-in

Check in Time In Suvarnabhumi Airport
International flights: Check-in counters open daily between 04:30 am – 01:00 am on the following day and each flight will be closed 40 minutes before the scheduled departure time. All gates close 10 minutes before the scheduled departure time.

Domestic flights: Check-in counters open daily between 04:30 am – 22:30 am and each flight will be closed 30 minutes before the scheduled departure time. All gates close 10 minutes before the scheduled departure time.

Contact

Thai Aiways Call Center

  • Online Feedback on Thai Airways Website
  • Direct Contact Here:

    Office: ADDRESS: SILOM TICKET OFFICE

    485 SILOM ROAD, BANGRAK, BANGKOK 10500 THAILAND

    PHONE: (66-2) 288-7000

    FAX: (66-2) 288-7006

    E-mail: [email protected]

    Office: THAI CONTACT CENTER (RESERVATION)

    ADDRESS: 6 LARN LUANG ROAD, BANGKOK 10100

    THAILAND

    PHONE: (66-2) 356-1111

    FAX: (66-2) 356-2222

    E-mail: [email protected]

    Office: THAI AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL (TICKETING)

    ADDRESS: VIBHAVADI RANGSIT TICKET OFFICE

    89 VIBHAVADI RANGSIT ROAD, CHATTUCHAK, BANGKOK 10900 THAILAND

    PHONE: (66-2) 545-3691

    FAX: (66-2) 545-3199

    E-mail: [email protected]

Fare Rules

Thai Airways Fare Rules

Flights Schedule

Thai Airways Flights Schedule

History

In 1960, Thai Airways Company (TAC) that serves the domestic flight routes in Thailand arrived at an agreement with the Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) to form a joint venture to create an airline that will serve the international routes. SAS used to own 30% share of capital in Thai Airways International, which gradually decreases over the years. In 1977, the Thai government bought out the remaining SAS share in the airline, making Thai Airways fully government-owned. However, in 1991 the airline was listed in the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) allowing the people to buy their share in the airline.

As for the airline’s route history, its inaugural flight was from Bangkok to 9 overseas destinations in Asia from Bangkok in 1960, followed by the first intercontinental flight to Australia in 1971. Not long after, the airline launched its flight to Europe in 1972, and North America in 1980. However, the flights to North America have been stopped and restarted throughout the years, citing issues such as the high fuel cost as the reason. The last attempt to restart the flights to North America was in 2012 from Seoul to Los Angeles.

In Flight Comforts

In Flight Comforts of Thai Airways

  1. Free meals and drink
  2. Entertainment: Movies, short film, game, music, news,etc
  3. Electric device on board
  4. Dutry Free Traveller (Thai Airways)
  5. Entertainments for Children: toys, games and books
    6.THAI in-flight Wi-Fi internet service is offered on Airbus A380-800 and A330-330 (33H) flights.

Company Profile

Thai Airways International, or trading as THAI, is the flag carrier of Thailand that was formed in 1960 as a joint venture between Thai Airways Company and the Scandinavian Airlines System. In 1988, the airline merged with its parent company and domestic carrier of Thailand, Thai Airways Company and becoming the domestic and international airline that we know today.

The airline primarily operates from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport, while its headquarter office is located in Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Chatuchak District, Bangkok.

From its hubs in Suvarnabhumi Airport and Phuket International Airport, the airline flies to up to more than 60 destinations in countries all over the world not limited to the ones located in Asia but also Europe.

Terminal

Suvarnabhumi Airport
All departing passengers should enter level 4 as check-in counters are located there.
International Flights

  • Royal First Class passengers should enter Entrance 1 for check-in at the Royal First check-in lounge. Royal First Class passengers shall be escorted by the staff from curbside through all services.
  • Royal Silk Class passengers should enter Entrance 1 for sit-down check-in service at Row A.
  • Royal Orchid Plus Gold / Star Alliance Gold card members should enter Entrance 2 for dedicated check-in service at Row B.
  • Group passengers should enter Entrance 2 for dedicated check-in at Row D.
  • Economy Class passengers should enter Entrance 4/5 for common check-in at Row H/J.

Domestic Flights

  • Royal Silk Class passengers should enter Entrance 2 for dedicated check-in service at Row B.
  • Royal Orchid Plus Gold / Star Alliance Gold card members should enter Entrance 2 for dedicated check-in service at Row B.
  • Economy Class passengers should enter Entrance number 2 for common check-in at Row C
  • Group passengers should enter Entrance number 2 for dedicated check-in at Row C.
  • CUSS or Common Use Self Service Check-in and Internet Check-in are also available for domestic travel. The CUSS are located between Row G and H. Dedicated bag drop - counters for CUSS and Internet Check-in are provided at Row C.

Terms & Conditions

Thai Airways Terms and Condition

Cabin Crew

Thai Airways Flight Attendant

As a Thai airline, Thai Airways infuses as much of the Thai culture into its flight as possible including the uniforms of the cabin crew. The female flight attendants have two uniforms, the signature purple traditional Thai dress, and a set of matching purple blouse, blazer and skirt. However, the traditional Thai dress uniform is only allowed to be worn by Thai national flight attendants. Tying the uniform and the brand together is a fresh purple flower worn on their lapels.

The male cabin crew’s uniform is also in a shade of purple, matching the female counterparts. Their uniform consists of a white shirt, purple blazer and a matching tie, and black trousers.

Fleet

Thai Airways Fleet

Aircraft Number Capacity Class of Travel
Airbus A380-800 6 507 Royal First Class, Royal Silk Class, Economy Class
Boeing 747-700:74R 3 375 Royal First Class, Royal Silk Class, Economy Class
Boeing 747-700:74N 3 374 Royal First Class, Royal Silk Class, Economy Class
Airbus A350-900 12 321 Royal Silk Class, Economy Class
Boeing 777-300 6 364 Royal Silk Class, Economy Class
Boeing 777-300ER 14 348 Royal Silk Class, Economy Class
Boeing 777-200 6 309 Royal Silk Class, Economy Class
Boeing 777-200ER 6 292 Royal Silk Class, Economy Class
Airbus A330-300: 330 5 299 Royal Silk Class, Economy Class
Airbus A330-300: 33H 7 299 Royal Silk Class, Economy Class
Airbus A330-300: 33R 3 294 Royal Silk Class, Economy Class
Boeing 787-9 2 298 Royal Silk Class, Economy Class
Boeing 787-8 6 256 Royal Silk Class, Economy Class
Airbus A320-200:320 6 168 Economy Class
Airbus A320-200:32S 14 162 Economy Class

Seat Selection

Thai Airways Seat

The seats available for the passengers differ according to their fare class, be it economy (Economy and Premium Economy), business (Royal Silk Class), or first class (Royal First Class). The similarity between all the seats is that they are infused with Thai’s signature colours and the elegance and smoothness of silk following the airline’s tagline “Smooth as Silk”.

For seat selection, passengers can choose their seats prior to the flight by accessing the Manage Booking page on the airline’s official website, or at the check-in counter at the departure airport. However, advanced seat reservation cannot be done for domestic flights in all fare class types.