Thailand-based carriers Bangkok Airways and Thai Airways have signed a freight partnership agreement as part of a move to strengthen each others’ networks.
Through this cooperation with Thai Airways, Bangkok Airways cargo can be transported to China, South Korea, Japan, Taipei, the UK, Germany, France and Australia seamlessly, while Thai Airways cargo can be transported to Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos PRD, Vietnam, India and Bangladesh.
This partnership will not only offer customers of both airlines access to an extensive cargo network in Asia, Europe and Australia, but also help strengthen relationship between the two airlines.
Bangkok Airways senior director for cargo and charter, Amornrat Kongsawat, and Thai Airways managing director for the cargo and mail commercial department, Dumrongchai Sawangchareon, signed a cargo special prorate agreement (SPA) at Thai Airways Operation Center, at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport this week.
Earlier this year, Bangkok Airways and Thai Airways entered into a codeshare agreement to facilitate commercial sales, and to improve passenger convenience in flight connections.