BANGKOK, 12 April 2016: Thai Airways International is selling a “Hello New Zealand” promotion to mark the 60th anniversary of Thailand-New Zealand diplomatic relations, linked to visa fast-track services.
A key element of the promotion is visa application privileges offered to the airline’s Royal Orchid Plus members.
Through the campaign, Immigration New Zealand offers Royal Orchid Plus Platinum, Gold and Silver members, who have more than 12 months membership remaining, a fast-track New Zealand visa application until 31 March 2017. It decreases approval time and waives the need to present a bank statement record.
Auckland Stayover: Roundtrip tickets and one night’s accommodation, starting at THB25,715.
Fly and Drive, North Island: Four days/ three nights package: Roundtrip tickets and three nights accommodation and rental car, starting at THB39,600.
Fly and Drive, North Island and South Island: 10 days/ nine nights: Roundtrip tickets and nine nights accommodation and rental car, starting at THB66,100.
Customers who purchase Royal Orchid Holidays package tours with a KTC credit card, for four or more people, gain a visa application fee waiver for one person.
In addition, customers who purchase airline tickets, or Royal Orchid Holidays package tours, with a KTC or Citibank credit card will receive additional privileges, such as hotel accommodation and limousine service.
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