Thai Airways International

As the national carrier of the Kingdom of Thailand, the history of Thai Airways International can be traced back as early as the 1950s. In 1951, the Thai Government purchased the shares of three private airlines, merged them into one, and named it Thai Airways Company (abbreviated as TAC). Later, in 1960, allied with Scandinavian Airlines System, the government started business in the international market with the name Thai Airways International, allowing TAC to operate domestic routes as an independent company. The two companies merged in the 1980s, which marks a turning point for the development of Thai Airways International.

With Bangkok as the core hub, routes of Thai Airways International have radiated to 77 destinations in 34 countries throughout the world. With a fleet of 74 aircraft, its passengers have exceeded 16 million. Its slogan, 'Smooth as silk', creates in its attentive staff an assiduous commitment to the improvement of safety, comfort and overall health of passengers.

Destinations of Thai Airways International in China include: Beijing, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Kunming, Hong Kong, Xiamen, Shanghai, Taipei and Kaohsiung.

Flights to/from China

1. Beijing - Bangkok
2. Shanghai - Bangkok
3. Chengdu - Bangkok
4. Guangzhou - Bangkok
5. Kunming - Bangkok
6. Kunming - Chiang Mai
7. Xiamen - Bangkok
8. Hong Kong – Bangkok

In-Flight Meals:

Regarding the needs of passengers from different countries, Thai Airways offers meals in many kinds of flavors. For example, in some routes, passengers to Europe may taste the typical Chinese, Japanese and Indian Food.

No matter the first or the economy class, passengers can always enjoy the thoughtful individual service. In international routes, Thai Airways regularly changes the menu and passengers can choose the main dish. Also, they can enjoy the variety of beer, wine, and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

If you are a passenger of Thai Airways, instead of finding a Thai restaurant in your city, you can leisurely enjoy authentic Thai food in the air. By continually improve the culinary skills, Thai Airways supplies passengers with typical and good Thai dish in its many international routes.

High Quality and All-Round Service

Thai Airways is always recommended by its high quality and all-round services. The individual needs of passengers are carefully concerned, and each female passenger can get a fresh orchid, the logo of the airline.

What's more, Thai Airways also pays strict attention to the logistical work. In order to constantly improve its service and meet the needs of other airlines to and fro Thailand, it has built its own food department, shipping department and maintenance department. Also, various tours-related services are introduced, such as hotel booking and touring car transfer service.

Useful Numbers

1. Beijing Reservation & Ticketing
Tel: (+86)10 85150088
Fax: (+86)10 85151134

2. Chengdu Reservation & Ticketing
Tel: (+86)28 86781336
Fax: (+86)28 86781048

3. Guangzhou Reservation & Ticketing
Tel: (+86)20 83652333 EXT 5
Fax: (+86)20 83652488

4. Kunming Reservation & Ticketing
Tel: (+86)871 3160156
Fax: (+86)871 3167351

5. Shanghai Reservation & Ticketing
Tel: (+86)21 52985555
Fax: (+86)21 52986166

6. Xiamen Reservation & Ticketing
Tel: (+86)592 2261686
Fax: (+86)592 2261678

7. Hong Kong Office
Reservation
Tel: (+852)28766888
Fax: (+852)28656037

General Sales
Tel: (+852)28766222
Fax: (+852)28662610

Ticketing
Tel: (+852)28766899
Fax: (+852)27358551

- Last modified on Jan. 13, 2021 -
Questions & Answers on Thai Airways International
Asked by Nizam udon ahmed alam from BANGLADESH | Apr. 16, 2017 08:59Reply
What type of meal you serve in airplane
Answers (1)
Answered by Stella from USA | Apr. 16, 2017 22:09
00Reply


it depends on the route etc. You may contact the airlines and offer your ticket number directly. They can check it for you
Asked by will verhoef from CHINA | Aug. 23, 2011 06:59Reply
What number I must write for the on-line-check in
I try several numbers on my electronic ticket but all of them are wrong we like to check in on line for the flight nr. tg 0619 from Chengdu to Bangkok Departing 15.30 on 24 august
Answers (1)
Answered by Mr. Paver | Aug. 25, 2011 02:45
21Reply


Well, the procedures for online check-in is slightly various from different airlines. You could try to fill in your passport number first, and then the e-ticket No.
Asked by Mr.Rohen | Jul. 19, 2009 03:48Reply
Can any one tell me is there any flights from Bangkok to Kunming?thank u
Answers (1)
Answered by Ms.Mindy from CHINA | Jul. 19, 2009 04:12
12Reply


There is one direct flight available respectively on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday; it is rather convenient. Also, there are many joint flight and you can transfer at Chongqing, Guangzhou, Xi'an, Shenzhan and Chengdu.

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