Euronews spoke at Berlin’s ITB to Bryan Banston, Vice President at the Sales Department of Thai Airways about how the company has grown its European connections to 12 by now and plans to further expand in the future.
“For Thai the European markets are very important. They have been historically and will continue to be so. Our unique proposition here includes three points in Scandinavia, two points in Germany, two points in Italy, we also fly to Zurich, Brussels, and London, Paris naturally. And recently, we opened Moscow as an additional point so we serve now 12 points here. Many of our ports here are also home bases for the Star Alliance carriers, Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines, SAS, and also Swiss. So we work very closely with those partners to move our customers beyond their gateways into further markets.”