Photo Release: THAI Brings Rescue Team from London to Help Find the Youth Football Players Trapped in flooded Cave, Chiang Rai (Revised)

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Wednesday June 27, 2018 15:12
Bangkok--27 Jun--Thai Airways International

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) provided air tickets for the rescue team and transported rescue equipment from London to Thailand to assist in the finding of 12 youth football players and their coach, totaled 13 people who are trapped inside Kun Nang Non cave in Mae Sai District, Chiang Rai province, north of Thailand.

The cave diving experts traveled from London to Bangkok on board THAI flight TG917 on 26 June 2018, departing from London Heathrow airport at 21.30 hours (local time). The flight will arrive at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport on today (27 June 2018) at 15.00 hours. Seen in photo is Mr. Kusol Situlanook (1st from right), THAI's Airport Manager, London, who has helped coordinate and facilitate the travel of the rescue team.


Latest Press Release

ASIA DMC LEADS THE WAY WITH ITS PIONEERING CARBON OFFSET PRODUCT

On the heels of its 21st anniversary, award-winning destination management company, ASIA DMC, has become the first company of its kind to launch a pioneering carbon offset product. Designed to reduce the negative impacts of tourism and improve the...

Photo Release: THAI and Lion Tour Taipei Sign MOU to Promote MICE Travel

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Taipei travel agent, Lion Tour Service Company Limited, in purchasing of THAI round-trip air tickets on the Taipei-Bangkok, Taipei-Chiang...

Royal Cliffs Award-Winning Restaurants Recognized in Ctrip Gourmet List 2018

Three exceptional restaurants of the Royal Cliff Hotels Group have been recognized for its outstanding gastronomy in the Ctrip Gourmet List 2018. Caprice –A Taste of Riviera, Breezeo – Be Yourself Dining and the Royal Grill Room & Wine...

Hertz Receives Top Travel Industry Honors at TTG Travel Awards

Hertz Asia Pacific was awarded its 13th successive Travel Hall of Fame accolade at the TTG Travel Awards in Bangkok. Hertz was first inducted into The Travel Hall of Fame in 2005, a permanent home in history honouring the region's most exceptional...

Revival of Silk Road Spirit in Xi#An as Ancient Chinese City Hosts Sino-French Culture Forum

Xi'an, the 3,100-year-old Chinese city known for its Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses, has hosted the Sino-French Culture Forum, marking another step in China's efforts to bridge East and West in a spiritual revival of the city's legend as the starting...

Related Topics