THAI welcomes HRH Princess Ubolratana at ITB 2014

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Her Royal Highness Princess Ubolratana graciously visited Thai Airways International’s booth, set under the theme, “Amaze Your Journey by THAI Legendary Services, THAI Smooth as Silk” at the Asia Pavilion at ITB (International Tourism Bourse) 2014.

HRH Princess Ubolratana was welcomed by Pricha Nawongs, THAI Area General Manager of Scandinavia, Finland, Iceland and the Baltic Countries, and Warote Intasara, THAI General Manager of Munich and the Federal Republic of Germany, together with THAI management from Frankfurt and Munich offices.

Seated (center): Her Royal Highness Princess Ubolratana Mahidol. Front Row (from right): Soodrak Chanyavongs, Manager of the Promotions Department; Thera Buasri, Airport Service Manager, Frankfurt Airport; Warote Intasara, General Manager, Munich - (from left): Srikit Kattiyakulvanich, Accounting Manager, Germany; Veerayot Purananda, Airport Services Manager, Munich Airport; Pricha Nawongs, Area General Manager, Scandinavia, Finland, Iceland and the Baltic Countries. Second row (from right): Air Hostess; Jutta Yelden, Manager Sales Services, Frankfurt (from left): Air Hostess; Matthias Horn, District Sales Manager, Germany, Austria & Eastern Europe.Seated (center): Her Royal Highness Princess Ubolratana Mahidol. Front Row (from right): Soodrak Chanyavongs, Manager of the Promotions Department; Thera Buasri, Airport Service Manager, Frankfurt Airport; Warote Intasara, General Manager, Munich – (from left): Srikit Kattiyakulvanich, Accounting Manager, Germany; Veerayot Purananda, Airport Services Manager, Munich Airport; Pricha Nawongs, Area General Manager, Scandinavia, Finland, Iceland and the Baltic Countries. Second row (from right): Air Hostess; Jutta Yelden, Manager Sales Services, Frankfurt (from left): Air Hostess; Matthias Horn, District Sales Manager, Germany, Austria & Eastern Europe.

ITB held during the first week of March 2014 in Berlin, Germany, is the world’s largest tourism convention which provides unique opportunities to benefit from the leading think tank of the global tourism industry. More than 170,000 visitors attend ITB every year; among these are 113,000 trade visitors, and 11,000 represented companies from 180 countries.