Thai Airways lowers fares, cuts fuel surcharge from Malaysia


TICKET prices of all Thai Airways flights departing from Kuala Lumpur and Penang to all destinations have been lowered while the fuel surcharge has been removed.

Travel agents have been informed of the revised pricing structure effective since August 22, according to a Thai Airways statement.

“To be able to compete in any market, our airfares need to be attractive and at the same time competitive. The fuel price has gone down and so should our fares,” said Nivat Chantarachoti, country manager for Thai Airways Malaysia and Brunei.

From Kuala Lumpur, the airline currently operates double daily flights from KLIA1 to Bangkok with connections to more than 80 destinations worldwide. In Penang, Thai Airways codeshares with Thai Smile, a subsidiary company of the national carrier, to Bangkok daily.

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