Air Canada and TAT amp up Vancouver to Bangkok flights

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Air Canada, in collaboration with the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), is ramping up its seasonal Vancouver to Bangkok flights.

In partnership with TAT, the Canadian airline powerhouse, a founding member of the Star Alliance network, has announced the eagerly anticipated return of its Vancouver to Bangkok service. Kicking off earlier than ever on October 27, this strategic move comes as a response to the skyrocketing demand for travel between these two cities.

Air Canada’s Vancouver to Bangkok service, which took flight in 2022, has been nothing short of a soaring success. Due to overwhelming popularity, Air Canada has decided to bring forward the start date of the service from December to October, ensuring travellers can jet off to Thailand’s bustling capital even sooner.

From late October through November, Air Canada will operate three weekly flights on this route, offering travellers increased accessibility to Bangkok’s rich culture, tantalising cuisine, and stunning natural beauty. Moreover, from December to March 2025, Air Canada will further bolster connectivity with an impressive five weekly flights, catering to the insatiable demand for adventures between Vancouver and Bangkok.

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Ferrying passengers in style, Air Canada’s Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner boasts 298 seats, including 30 in Air Canada Signature, 21 in Premium Economy, and 247 in Economy Class.

This expansion reflects the shared dedication of TAT and Air Canada to providing exceptional travel experiences and adapting to the changing preferences of passengers. Chompu Marusachot, Director of TAT New York Office, hailed the move.

“We are thrilled to see Air Canada’s commitment to strengthening ties between Canada and Thailand. This advanced start date signals a deepening partnership between our nations, offering travellers more opportunities to explore Thailand’s wonders.”

Moreover, this direct Vancouver-Bangkok service paves the way for further collaborations between the Canadian and Thai tourism industries, spotlighting Thailand’s 5F Thai soft powers – Food, Film, Festival, Fight, and Fashion – to create unforgettable experiences for visitors, reported Travel Daily News.

As Air Canada commits to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050, it sets the bar for sustainable air travel and aligns seamlessly with TAT’s vision for responsible tourism.

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Mitch Connor

Mitch is a Bangkok resident, having relocated from Southern California, via Florida in 2022. He studied journalism before dropping out of college to teach English in South America. After returning to the US, he spent 4 years working for various online publishers before moving to Thailand.

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