Photo Release: THAI Launches Daily Bangkok-Busan Flights

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Wednesday June 13, 2018 10:55
Bangkok--13 Jun--Thai Airways International

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) officially opened its flights on the route Bangkok-Busan at Gimhae International Airport, Republic of Korea, which was presided over by Mr. Tirawatt Thongpurk (fifth from left), THAI General Manager, Busan, Republic of Korea, at a ribbon-cutting ceremony to launch THAI's new flight TG650. Ceremony participants Mr. Lee Sang-Haeng (eighth from left), Asiana Airlines Station Manager, Airport Officer, Busan, Mr. Cherdchai Penpian (seventh from left), THAI Airport Service Manager, Gimhae International Airport, Captain Ditthanop Chulagasyena (sixth from left), THAI Commander, joined in the ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open new flight TG650.

THAI recently increased its flight frequency to Busan from 6 to 7 flights per week. THAI also operates flights 32 flights per week to and from Seoul (Incheon), Republic of Korea.

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