Bryan Banston meets with THAI executives Australia and New Zealand

first_imgSource = THAI Airways International THAI Airways Internationalbook your TG flights here Pictured, Mr Thanawat Hiranyalekha – General Manager QLD & NT, Ms Patsamon Singha-Udom – General Manager WA, Mr Bryan Banston – Vice President Sales Department, Mr Prin Yooprasert – Director Australia, New Zealand and Pacific, Mr Karun Sirarojana – General Manager New Zealand, Fiji and Tahiti, Mr Arnuphap Kittikul – General Manager Southern AustraliaBryan Banston, meets with THAI executives Australia and New ZealandRecently appointed Vice President Sales for THAI Airways International, Mr Bryan Banston has wasted no time in visiting THAI executives in Australia and New Zealand, a key market for THAI Airways International.Director Australia, New Zealand and Pacific, Mr Prin Yooprasert said “he was delighted to welcome Bryan to Sydney where he met the team of executives for Australia and New Zealand during which time they were able to discuss future plans including sales and marketing strategies, pricing and general commercial matters” Mr Yooprasert went on to say that Mr Banston’s past airline executive experience with QF and EK would assist THAI with it’s further growth within this key market and welcomed his input and support.”THAI has firmly established itself over the past forty five years in Australia offering a service that is envied by many carriers across the globe. With strong passenger demand for flights not only to Thailand and other Asian countries, European travel destinations are also well served by the airline.THAI, recently celebrated their 45 years of flying to Australia with it’s first flight Friday, 1st April, 1971 when a Thai Airways International DC8 landed in Sydney, Australia to commence the airline’s first intercontinental service from Thailand.  45 years on THAI is now flying at least daily from four Australian cities and thirty nine times each week from Australia, non-stop to Thailand.last_img read more

"Bryan Banston meets with THAI executives Australia and New Zealand"