Flying with Thai Airways is about to become easier.Within three months, passengers will be able to reserve and buy tickets and instantly complete all the processes required for travel by mobile phone, thanks to the launch of the national carriers new e-commerce policy.

The director of Thai Airways Internationals E-Commerce Department, Somchai Suppakitjareon, said the airlines passengers would be able to use mobile phones not only to access flight information, flight schedules and complete check-in, but also book and pay for air tickets instantly.

The move is part of an e-commerce policy that aims to increase the airlines revenue from e-commerce channels from last years 6 per cent to 15 per cent of total revenue this year. Its total revenue is about Bt130 billion.

via Thai Airways turns to e-commerce.

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