Photo Release: THAI Ground Staff Dress in Thai Costume to Celebrate Songkran 2018

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Wednesday April 11, 2018 17:33
Bangkok--11 Apr--Thai Airways International

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) will join in preserving Thai traditional culture during Songkran festival 2018. THAI Ground Staff will dress in national Thai costume to welcome passengers at Premium Check-in Row A, Suvarnabhumi Airport, from now until 20 April 2018. Mrs. Manusnunt Sitthijirasin (fourth from left), THAI Managing Director, Ground Customer Services, recently welcomed passengers at Suvarnabhumi Airport.

In addition, THAI arranged Rod Nam Dam Hua and Song Nam Phra activities whereby passengers will be asked for their blessing and have an opportunity to partake in the tradition of pouring scented water over Buddha statues.

THAI check-in counters at Suvarnabhumi Airport will be decorated with Northern Lanna flags (Tung) while Thai scented water and fragrant white clay powder will be used to decorate Royal First and Royal Silk Lounges based on the Songkran theme. The THAI Ground Customer Services Department also invites passengers to join the Song Nam Phra activity at Premium Check-in Row A, Departure Hall, Fourth Floor, Exit One, and THAI passenger lounges located at Concourse D.


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