THAI to add services for high season

Thai Airways International Plc (THAI) is set to increase frequencies on its existing popular routes or add new destinations in East Asia and Europe to cope with the expected increase in tourists during the coming high season.

Chaiyong Ratanapaisalsuk, vice-president of the network and fleet management department, said more flights or new direct services will be introduced mainly to China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, and Vienna during the winter season, starting October.

"China is becoming more important for THAI. We plan to operate a direct flight from China to Phuket in October to cope with the high season," Mr Chaiyong said.

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