Thai Airways and Singapore Airlines Announce Codeshare

Thai Airways (THAI) and Singapore Airlines (SIA) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to form a new strategic partnership. This will result in the airlines progressively codesharing more extensively on each other’s services and exploring wide-ranging commercial collaboration that provides their customers with more options, value and greater benefits.

In the initial phase, THAI and SIA will codeshare on each other’s flight services between Singapore and Bangkok. THAI will also codeshare on SIA’s flight services to Cape Town and Johannesburg in South Africa; Houston, Los Angeles, New York (John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport), San Francisco and Seattle in the U.S.; and Vancouver in Canada, by the first quarter of 2023, subject to regulatory approval.

Additional codeshare arrangements to points in both airlines’ networks will be explored to support increased air connectivity to Thailand and Singapore, besides points in Europe, India and Southwest Pacific routes.

Goh Choon Phong, CEO, Singapore Airlines, said: “SIA and THAI have had a close relationship for many years, which we aim to strengthen through this comprehensive agreement. Both airlines have a loyal customer base, as well as extensive operations within Southeast Asia and around the world. This is a win-win opportunity to support the growth of our respective hubs and enhance the options and service offerings for our customers.”

Suvadhana Sibunruang, THAI Acting CEO, said: “THAI and Singapore Airlines have shared a long-term relationship, and I am glad that this cooperation between the two airlines will certainly cater for the demand of travelers between Thailand, Singapore and beyond. It will also enable the expansion of THAI’s network to more service points in the United States, Canada, South Africa, Europe, India and Southwest Pacific routes. The codeshare arrangements will greatly benefit our customers in a range of service areas including the frequent flyer program, customer experiences, lounge access and airport ground services. The collaboration strengthens both the airlines’ networks as members of Star Alliance.”

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