Thai Airways has reduced its fuel surcharges on both domestic and international routes.
As the cost of oil falls to just over $54 a barrel, the surcharges on all international routes will be reduced by around 30%.
The change will see surcharges on the London Bangkok route fall from $215to $149 while surcharges on all domestic routes will cost £13.50.
Meanwhile, the airline is joining forces with the Tourism Authority of Thailand to launch a worldwide awareness campaign to publicise the destination. It is also looking to further enhance its global routes.
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