THAI Airways offers code-share flights to the Maldives
Tuesday 11, January 2011
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) announced that the company is operating code-share flights to the Maldives in cooperation with Bangkok Airways, on the route Bangkok-Maldives-Bangkok.
THAI is pleased to offer code-share flights to the Maldives, renown for its splendor and natural beauty. Flights to the Maldives will be operated at a frequency of three flights per week on Monday, Thursday, and Sunday, utilizing Airbus A319 aircraft.
The flight program for flights on the route Bangkok – Maldives v.v. during the winter schedule, from now until 26 March 2011, are as follows:
TG4523 Mon,Thurs, Sun Bangkok-Maldives 14.00 16.20
TG4524 Mon,Thurs, Sun Maldives-Bangkok 17.20 23.40
“The code-share agreement between THAI and Bangkok Airways on the return route from Bangkok to Maldives significantly offers more travel opportunities for passengers who book and travel with THAI. Through this code-share arrangement, more passengers will be able to travel to the Maldives, the island nation in the Indian Ocean formed by a double chain of 26 atolls, and experience the renown pure beauty of the Maldives at its best,” said Mr. Weerawat Swasdibutra, THAI General Manager for Sri Lanka and the Republic of Maldives.
Currently, THAI serves 71 destinations worldwide in 34 countries, spanning five continents. THAI operates flights to cities in Europe, Russia, Africa, Middle East, People’s Republic of China, Indian sub-continent, Australasia, and the United States.
The new code-share services between THAI and Bangkok Airways on the route Bangkok to Maldives took effect on 30 December 2010. For more information, call the THAI Contact Center at Tel. 02-356-1111, 24-hours a day, contact your area THAI Sales Office, or visit www.thaiairways.com
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