Special Offers

Summer Promotions from THAI Airways

July 2011:  THAI Airways, winner of Skytrax Best Airline Economy Class Onboard Catering and Best Airline Economy Class Seat 2011, is offering several summer promotions aimed at families, golfers, couples and scuba divers during August and September 2011, ensuring a quick and easy escape from the summer heat of the Middle East.

With daily flights from Dubai, just 6 hours flying time to Bangkok and smooth onward domestic connections, THAI ensures that your vacation commences from departure with award winning service throughout.

- The Bangkok4Kids promotion offers 3 nights/4 days for 2 adults and 1 child including round trip economy air fares from Dubai, daily breakfast and round trip airport transfers in Bangkok, PLUS tours to the Sriracha Tiger Zoo and the world famous Siam Niramit Show in Bangkok from just AED 6,410 for the family.

- Golfers can enjoy the Golf in Thailand promotion of 2 nights/3 days from just AED 3,920 to Bangkok or AED 4,040 to Hua Hin including air fares, daily breakfast, return airport transfers in Bangkok and two 18-hole rounds of golf with green fees and caddy for two people.

- Scuba diving at Phi Phi Island with air fares, 3 nights’ accommodation, breakfast, airport transfers in Phuket, and two dives starts at AED 3,100 per person.

Alternatively, flight and hotel for 3 nights/4 days with breakfast for a complete break starts at AED 2,570 for Chiang Mai per person, AED 2,740 for Phuket and AED 3,050 for the beach resort of Koh Samui.  Other domestic Thailand destinations are available on request.

Terms and conditions apply, with validity from 1-24 August and 1-30 September, excluding taxes and surcharges.

Air Fares for EID (24 August – 1 September)start from AED 2,785 per person including taxes and surcharges.

For further information and flight reservations visit the Thai Airways website.

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