Orient Thai Airlines is a Thai airline, operating charter and scheduled services in Southeast Asia.
The airline is based at Don Mueang International Airport. Complimentary snacks and beverages are offered during the flight services on Orient Thai Airlines. Orient Thai Airlines has launched the “Fly with Passion, Fly with Heart” campaign in order to promote their values of good flight practice and innovative thinking.
In September 2010, Orient Thai Airlines took delivery of its first Boeing 747-400 aircraft, which was previously registered as N548MD. 5 years later, in November 2015, the airline signed a contract with Amadeus IT Group to be listed on the Global Distribution System.
Thailand (Bangkok; Phuket)
People’s Republic of China (Changsha; Nanjing; Shanghai).
1 hand luggage is allowed for each passenger to take into the cabin, with a maximum of 7kgs. Checked Baggage cannot exceed 15kgs.
Excess Baggage Rate Charge:
Orient Thai Airlines charge rates per kg for any additional baggage over a certain weight.
You will need to purchase excess baggage when:
Your baggage exceeds the allowed dimensions.
Your baggage exceeds the allowed weight limit.
You have more baggage than the free allowed checked baggage.
Excess Baggage Rates Charge: Orient Thai Airlines:
Orient Thai Airlines fleet consists of solely Boeing aircraft. The airline has between 10—15 Boeing aircraft within its fleet overall, including models such as the 737-300, 737-400, 747-400 and 767-300. In previous years, Orient Thai Airlines has operated McDonnell Douglas aircraft as well.
There is currently only one class served on board this airline; the basic economy class.
The service provided on board allows passengers to have an outstanding flight experience. Paired with seats of the utmost comfort, passengers are served snacks and beverages during the in-flight service.
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Don Mueang International Airport is considered to be Asia’s oldest functioning airport and one of the world’s oldest international. The airport was opened in 1914 and commercial flights began in 1924. Renovations took place in 2006 and in 2007 was reopened, becoming a regional commuter flight hub. The airport has seen over 38 million passengers come through. Don Mueang international Airport has 2 terminals (Terminal 1: International, Terminal 2: Domestic).