Thai Airways has announced fifth flight from Islamabad due to public demand
The Bangkok-based carrier – Thai Airways has announced to restart its 5th departure and arrival flights from Islamabad International Airport starting from Sunday.
A statement released by state-run Airlines officials said, with this additional flight between Islamabad and Bangkok, the airline will be having five flights a week operating the route.
The flight has been added due to public demand from loyal passengers and travel partners, seeking more travel options.
“We are proud to inform you that Thai Airways having its non-stop operating service in Pakistan for more than four decades, with customer service remaining the top priority. We valued our Pakistani customers by ensuring 100 per cent Halal Certified Food on board between Pakistan to Bangkok and vice versa,” the statement said.
This addition of fifth flight will increase the already close contact between the two capital cities and not only increase outbound traffic to Asia and the wider world but will also increase options for inbound traffic, especially from Thailand, China, Japan, Korea, Indonesia and other destinations.
Recently, Thai Airways International was named the world’s best economy class airline for 2017 by Skytrax 2017 World Airline Awards Ceremony, in a sideline event to the Paris Air Show. Thailand’s national carrier was placed as the world’s eleventh best airline, moving up two notches from 13th in 2016.
Currently, Thai Airways flies to three cities in Pakistan, Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad, with a total of 22 flights per week, including three weekly flights from Karachi to Muscat, a capital of Sultanate of Oman.