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THAI supports 23rd Kew Gardens Orchids Festival in London

first_imgMrs. Usanee Sangsingkeo (third from left), THAI Acting President, and Mr. Wiwat Piyawiroj (third from right), THAI Acting Executive Vice President, Commercial, attend a royal reception at the Princess of Wales Conservatory, at the 23rd Orchids Festival that is being held at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.THAI supports 23rd Kew Gardens Orchids Festival in LondonMrs. Usanee Sangsingkeo (third from left), Acting President, Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI), along with Mr.Wiwat Piyawiroj (fourth from left), THAI Acting Executive Vice President, Commercial, recently attended the 23rd Kew Gardens 2018 Orchids Festival in London, United Kingdom.During the festival, exhibition visitors have the chance to win package holidays to Thailand and roundtrip economy class flights provided by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and THAI, respectively. Those who visit the orchid exhibition will also enjoy various activities that include a Thai Silk Exhibition, a performance of Thai Musical Instruments, Thai Spa, and Thai Arts and Culture were sponsored by the Royal Thai Embassy, London.Throughout the event duration, THAI passengers will also receive a 25 percent discount on the Kew admission fee when they show THAI boarding passes from now to 11 March 2018 at The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.Kew Gardens Orchids Festival, which is an annual orchids exhibition from various countries, was initially held in 1995. This is the first time that Kew Gardens has been inspired by Thailand, as the theme of this year’s show of exotic Thai orchids, which is home to an extraordinary 1,100 species of orchids.Source = Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI)last_img read more

Go back to the enewsletter British Airways has off

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterBritish Airways has officially opened the doors to a luxurious new First lounge at New York’s JFK Terminal 7 to gold cardholders and customers travelling in the airline’s First cabin on the airline’s most coveted route across the Atlantic. The space is the airline’s first long-haul lounge to showcase the new design direction already offered in Rome and Aberdeen, which will be rolled out across other destinations including Geneva, San Francisco and Johannesburg. The refurbishment forms part of a £52 million investment in the British Airways customer experience at JFK’s Terminal 7.At 60% larger than its predecessor, and covering more than 510 square metres, the lounge has been designed with thoughtfully tailored zones.A new wine room forms the centrepiece boasting an enomatic dispenser, which enables customers to enjoy wines at exactly the right temperature that have been oxidized to the correct level. Customers will also be able to enjoy “Flights of Wine”, a selection of different wines linked to a theme. The current theme is “Chardonnays of the World”.Other features include an opulent First bar with a wide range of premium beverages and a quiet work area. Customers can also dine in the airline’s upgraded dining room before they fly to maximise rest on their flight.A new boutique menu created by Executive chefs Gavin Mackenzie and Waylon Walker will include dishes influenced by the season, as well as a new ‘bowl food’ concept designed to offer customers a chance for a lighter option before they fly.The opening of British Airways’ new First lounge at Terminal 7 is one of a number of changes the airline has already made to improve the customer experience this year. The Concorde Room at JFK for First customers was refreshed earlier this year and customers flying in First and Club World now also enjoy an enhanced check-in experience at the exclusive new Premium Zone, with direct access to Fast Track security. The new First Wing and First check-in are also open to ensure a smooth start to the journey.British Airways will complete its refurbishment of Terminal 7 in 2019, after the upgrade of the Galleries (Business class) lounge has been completed.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more