New Air Service As a Result of Partnership

New Air Service As a Result of Partnership

UBM Aviation Routes Limited is excited to declare one more successful route has become decided as a result of presence at among its events, Routes Asia, that is located in Incheon, South Korea earlier this year.

Thai Airways International (THAI) and Brussels Airport have introduced the creation of primary flights between Bangkok-Brussels. THAI would be the only South East Asian company to serve non-stop flights between Belgium and Thailand, beginning from November 17th 2011 onwards.

Leon Verhallen, Head of Aviation Marketing at Brussels Airport states “We are working speaks with Thai for a few years to increase the developing Star hub at BRU. At Routes Asia, THAI declared in their Route Trade briefing, that 3 weekly frequencies turned available for Europe. We had numerous airports rivalling because of this. We’re very pleased that our partnership with Thai, with repeated Routes conferences, has led to today’s statement”.

David McMullen, Business Development Manager for Routesonline said “We are pleased how the Route Alternate briefings that are kept at Routes activities, represent a definite and efficient device for airlines acquiring real success within their network improvement ideas plus assisting our airport customers to achieve actual results”.

THAI will work 3 routes each week departing Bangkok on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and departing Brussels within 24 hours. The primary routes from Brussels to Bangkok will allow all passengers to attach into THAI’s considerable network in Asia & Australasia, via Bangkok.

The newest route is going to be run by B777-200ER aircraft with 30 business class and 262 economy class seats, by using the newest in-flight entertainment systems.

The fresh routes among Bangkok and Brussels will be created for reserving in July 2011.

This year’s World Routes, the worldwide conference location for each airline, airport and aviation stakeholder will need placed in Berlin, Germany, 2-4 October 2011. Both Brussels Airport and THAI have previously verified their presence.

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