Airport Member Airlines
Thai Airways International
Founded in 1960, THAI operates an average of 1,066 roundtrip flights per week on domestic, regional and intercontinental routes.
THAI’s philosophy is to provide a full service to premium passengers while maintaining the highest standards of service to leisure travelers, who represent over 80% of the company’s total passenger transportation revenue. THAI aims to be the “First Choice Carrier with Touches of Thai”. The success of THAI in the 56 years of operation has been endorsed through countless international awards received. THAI is regularly voted among the world’s most admired carriers in research carried out by leading travel magazines and from Internet passenger surveys.
Safety is THAI’s top priority. For 56 years Thai Airways International has operated with high safety standards, adopting new safety regulations and practices as a prerequisite by various authorities around the world, and going even further to implement safety programs that are beyond the requirement.
Facts & Figures
May 1997 Joined Star Alliance
78 Airports Served
152 Daily Departures
Usanee Sangsingkeo Acting President of Thai Airways
Mrs. Usanee Sangsingkeo became Acting President of Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) on February 10, 2017. She formerly held the position of THAI Executive Vice President of the Aviation Business Unit and prior to that held the post of THAI Managing Director of the Ground Customer Service Department. Mrs. Sangsingkeo holds a Master of Business Administration from St. John University and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Bangkok University.
Full Facts & Figures
|Joined Star Alliance||May 1997|
|Passengers Annually||22.2 m|
|Hub Airport(s)||Suvarnabhumi Airport, Don Mueang International Airport|
|Revenue Passenger KM||62.44 bn|
|Sales Revenue (in US$)||5.07 BUSD|
|Aircraft Types||Airbus A380-800, Airbus A350-900, Boeing 747-400, Boeing 777-300, Boeing 777-300ER, Boeing 777-200, Boeing 777-200ER, Airbus A330-300, Boeing 787-8, Boeing 737-400, Airbus A320-200 (THAI Smile)|