Thai Lion Air flies into Cochin with Çelebi India as ground partner

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In a move set to revolutionise Cochin’s aviation scene, Thai Lion Air has soared into the region, with Çelebi India at the helm as their chosen ground handling service provider.

Kicking off their passenger flights from Bangkok to Cochin on April 4, Thai Lion Air’s selection of Çelebi India underscores a commitment to excellence and reliability in the skies.

Tauseef Khan, CEO of Çelebi Ground Handling – India commented on the collaboration.

“We are thrilled to have been selected as the ground handling service provider for Thai Lion Air’s Cochin operations. This partnership truly reflects Çelebi India’s dedication to delivering top-notch service, cementing our reputation as a trusted partner for major international airlines.”

Sunny Malhotra, Regional Manager India at Thai Lion Air added his comments.

“We are dedicated to providing our passengers with a seamless travel experience, and partnering with Çelebi India aligns perfectly with this vision. With their track record of operational excellence, we are confident in offering enhanced comfort and convenience to our passengers.”

This collaboration marks a significant milestone in the Indian aviation landscape, fostering greater connectivity between India and Thailand, reported Travel Daily News.

Çelebi India’s expansion, coupled with Thai Lion Air’s strategic move into Cochin, signals a shared commitment to elevating the passenger experience and setting new industry benchmarks.

In related news, India and Thailand penned a pivotal Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on air services. The bilateral MoU will further enhance the capacities of airlines operating between the two countries, aiming at strengthening people-to-people and economic ties.

In other news, Air India, now steered by Tata Group’s helm, is set to soar with 506 aircraft orders and a delivery every six days. CEO Campbell Wilson anticipates slight delays in their transformation journey, admitting they’re playing catch-up in the market. IndiGo, dominating India’s skies, plans a colossal expansion, eyeing a fleet surge from 300 to 1,000 aircraft by the decade’s end, reveals CEO Pieter Elbers.

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