Thai Airways to resume Nepal operations in NovemberThe carrier has appointed Society International Travel Services as its general sales agent (GSA) for the Nepal market.
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited, Thailand's national flag carrier, headquartered in Bangkok, has announced the resumption of Nepal operations in November.
The carrier stopped Nepal flights in April 2020 due to the global Covid-19 pandemic.
With operations to Nepal first starting in December 1968, Thai Airways holds a special place in the history of Nepalese aviation and amongst the Nepali people, the airline said in a press statement.
Meanwhile, the carrier has appointed Society International Travel Services as its general sales agent (GSA) for the Nepal market.
As per the agreement, Society International Travel Services will be providing wide-ranging sales, marketing and airport services for Thai Airways International, in addition to full customer and agent support. Korakot Chatasingha, Chief Commercial Officer of Thai Airways International, expressed his happiness at the resumption of Thai Airways International's operations in Kathmandu.
“We sincerely believe that the resumption of Thai Airways flights will bring about better connectivity between the two countries not only for the increasing number of Nepalis vacationers and travellers but will also contribute to enhancing economic activities between Nepal and Thailand.” (PR)