Thai Airways, SIA ink airline partnership

Monday, 04 Dec, 2022 0

Thai Airways and Singapore Airlines have joined hands to form a new strategic airline partnership.

They will phase in code sharing more extensively on each other’s services

The two carriers will also collaborate on commercial activities.

Thai and SIA will initially codeshare on flight services between Singapore and Bangkok.

Thai will also codeshare on SIA’s flight services to Cape Town and Johannesburg in South Africa.

There will also be codesharing on North America flights including Houston, LA, New York and Newark.

The airline partnership will explore additional codeshare arrangements.

Goh Choon Phong, CEO, Singapore Airlines said: “This is a win-win opportunity to support the growth of our respective hubs.”



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