Thai Airways executive vice-president Pandit Chanapai has said he is thrilled after receiving a prestigious award from the readers of a travel magazine.

Thai Airways executive vice-president Pandit Chanapai has said he is thrilled after receiving a prestigious award from the readers of a travel magazine.

The carrier was named Best Airline in Southeast Asia by Global Traveller (GT) at its recent award ceremony.

Mr Chanapai said the accolade is testament to the hard work that all of Thai’s staff have put into customer services for the firm.

“Thai is honoured and proud to have received the GT Tested Award. It reflects the high level of comfort and service that Thai consistently offers to passengers,” he added.

Anyone looking for flights to Bangkok may be interested to know that Thai offers such services.

The recently-opened international airport at Suvarnabhami could also make life easier for people heading on holidays to Thailand.

According to Principal International, Bangkok was the top destination for Thai tourists during 2007 and the hub could offer tourists more services to suit their schedules.

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