Free flights and promotions were on offer when Thai Airways International touched down in Pattaya for a three-day customer-appreciation event.
Top area political and business leaders assembled at Central Festival Pattaya Beach for the kickoff of the Dec. 1-3 air fair that offered specially priced airfares and 3,000-mile bonuses for people who signed up for THAI’s Royal Orchid frequent-flyer club.
(2nd left to 2nd right) Tony Malhotra, Deputy Managing Director of the Pattaya Mail Media Group; Suladda Sarutilavan, director of TAT Pattaya; Kanchit Rienthong, Director of the Indochina route & Thai Smile Corporation; Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome; former Chonburi MP Poramet Ngampichet; Wiwat Piyawiroj, Vice President of Sales and Distributions-Thailand & Indochina; Nopporn Kanchanamanee, Sales Manager of the Thai Airways Pattaya; and Sanpech Supabowornsthian, president of the THA Eastern Thailand pose for a photo during the event.
Wiwat Piyawiroj, vice president of sales and distribution, said Pattaya is home to many airline customers and so the airline wanted to thank businesses and private citizens for using the carrier. Similar events are planned in Chiang Mai, Khon Kaen and other cities.
Special drawing prizes were available for Royal Orchid members who purchased tickets worth 15,000 baht or more. They were also given a chance to win one of more than 45 free flights and other prizes at a later drawing. The airline’s Facebook also gave a chance to win more prizes.