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Friday, September 30

Thai Airways International (THAI) lanches services to Tehran and Moscow

Thai Airways International (THAI) recently announced that they will re-activate your flights to Tehran from October 1, 2016 and continue flights to Moscow in December 2016 ..Thailand introduced a promotional price to Tehran for market knowledge and marketing beauty Persia began. It is expected to have similar promotions to continue flights in Moscow.

THAI President Charamporn Jotikasthira

The three weekly flights between Bangkok and the capital of Iran will begin on October 1st four weeks flights between Bangkok and Moscow will continue on December 15Addressing the media in relation to Tehran, THAI President Charamporn Jotikasthira announced that the airline capitalize on the lifting of sanctions against Iran, one of the most promising markets for business.According to 
Thai Airways International, there is great demand for direct flights to Tehran and there are already 250,000 Iranians who visit Thailand each year.infrastructure needs and services in Iran also makes a potentially attractive business destination for Thai companies.THAI leave his office in Tehran in 1979, the year of the revolution in Iran.THAI will continue its service to Moscow on December 15 Flights to Russia have been suspended during the restructuring of the company.In January, there were discussions about the possibility of bankruptcy THAI optimism, however, is recently renovated and looks like it is the national carrier may just around the corner.I recently traveled BKK-LON-BKK on the new A380 THAI. I traveled business class on my own. From the point of view of comfort and service it was very obvious that THAI is back and well worth his recent 2016 Skytrax awards most improved airline in the world.



THAI Airline

Flights, services and facilities are first class. It's so important to have a modern fleet; No one knows better than other airlines ASEAN and Middle East companies that are chipping away at the market share of THAI years. It is easy to understand the new optimism - it's a great experience year made even more comfortable with modern technology and great service.THAI have embarked on a major restructuring after heavy losses in 2014 and 2015.In the first quarter of 2016, THAI announced on 20 April that the company's revenue was 48.8 billion baht ($ 1.35 billion), missing its target by only one percent, while the consumption has been reduced by 13 percent or about 1 billion baht ($ 28 million). To bring it at par with its main rival carriers.


THAI is also trying to increase its rate of seat occupancy to 80 percent from 75 percent in 2015 and 69 percent in 2014. In addition, plans to increase the share of airline tickets sold online from 16 per cent to the industry average of 30 to 40 percent.Restructuring seems to be working. Seat occupancy THAI is already at 78 percent. Also, 21 million passengers used the airline in 2015, up 11 percent from 2014.additional fuel costs, but still torture buyers, even though the price of oil fell, coverage has been linked to higher fuel costs for most of 2016.Mr. Charamporn Jotikasthira, also recently announced that the company has ordered 12 Airbus A350 (extra wide body), which greatly modernize the fleet and maintain quality standards and to provide airline passenger comfort.The first two aircraft, each of which has a list price of US $ 350 million, after an initial period of flight in regional services between Bangkok and Chiang Mai, the aircraft will be deployed on long-haul flights, starting in September / October 2016.Currently, Thailand has 23 Airbus aircraft in its fleet. 

The new Airbus A350 is between 14 aircraft acquired THAI. 14 aircraft, twelve Airbus A350 and two Boeing 787th Melbourne will be the first city to welcome a brand new Airbus A350 thai and Sydney next year - one Australian authorities give their approval, which is expected shortly.A350 is a sign of the aircraft in the world's most advanced twin-aisle Airbus' response to Boeing's 787 Dreamliner. They are a vital part of the future strategy thai fleet with A380. Speed ​​is necessary to return to the top THAI once enjoyed for so many years.



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HURRAY!! Norwegian Cruise Line is 50! Check out how the celebration is going


2016 marks exactly fifty years since the M / S under the sun made its first trip from Miami to the Caribbean, December 19, 1966, which means the birth of Norwegian Caribbean Line. Today, the company is now known as Norwegian Cruise Line. It is a global cruise brand with 14 major vessels built more than 300 destinations around the world. To celebrate this milestone gold, Norway invites customers, travel experts, partners and members of the team sharing souvenirs through the village # NorwegiansFirst50 anniversary of the company's fifty.

 “We are celebrating fifty years of incredible moments aboard our ships and it’s the people -- our guests, travel partners, team and crew members -- who make our history so special. We wouldn’t be here today without their loyalty and dedication,” said Andy Stuart, President and Chief Executive Officer for Norwegian Cruise Line. “We invite everyone who has sailed with us, commemorated a special occasion with us or made memories on-board to share their favorite moments and celebrate our first fifty years along with us.

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Happy Celebration Noregian!!  
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Scotland's Cruise Ship

Scotland has recently launched a voyage ship which they call “Cruise Ship Tour”, on the carousel above, provides an overview of a cover on a luxury ship charming has become synonymous with cruising along the coast of Scotland.



It literally fits for a queen (Queen Elizabeth), 50 passengers voyage specializes in trips to captivating Western Isles and Scotland, as can be seen on the road, has a comfortable feeling box. There is a living room with a fireplace and a well-stocked bar with wooden scotches. Each cabin also comes with a bottle of whiskey, which is replenished daily.

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Thursday, September 8

Oman Air aircraft in a runway collision




Oman Air flight WY 432, plans to go before Tehran Muscat, was delayed due to an incident on the track. 

Stationary plane Oman Air wings were reduced to another level as he passed. No one was injured and no one was in danger. However, the aircraft must now be carefully reviewed by Oman Air engineering team before being declared fit to fly . Passengers were informed and arrangements will be put in one of the possibilities for accommodation in Tehran or find some other years. 


In a statement the airline said: “We apologize for the delay and resulting inconvenience, but our over-riding priority is the safety of all our passengers and crew. 

“We are grateful for the patience and understanding shown by the affected passengers and we look forward to seeing them continue their journeys at the earliest opportunity.”
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