Qatar Airways has launched promotional fares for travel to selected destinations, May through to the end of August.
Bookings must be finalised by 6 April.
The promotion starts with a roundtrip fare, inclusive of taxes, fees and surcharges, ex-Bangkok, at THB15,753 to Dubai in the Middle East.
Fares to Europe sell: THB20,693 Bucharest; THB21,703 Amsterdam; THB22,649 Paris; THB23,150 Istanbul; THB23,209 Copenhagen; THB23,339 Moscow; THB23,357 Zagreb; THB23,854 Milan; THB24,430 Stockholm; THB26,025 Zurich; THB27,236 Vienna; THB29,070 Geneva; THB30,280 Edinburgh; and THB31,317 Brussels.
Spain: THB20,485 Barcelona; and THB22,782 Madrid.
United Kingdom: THB24,917 London; and THB28,092 Manchester.
Germany: THB25,410 Frankfurt; and THB27,320 Munich.
Fares to the United States offer: THB31,707 Los Angeles; THB33,675 New York; THB35,175 Chicago; THB35,415 Miami; THB35,995 Washington DC; and THB42,618 Philadelphia.
The airline is also offering inflight laptop loans for its business class passengers to get around the ban on laptops for flights to the US out of its Doha hub.
Other fares: THB25,964 to Fuzhou in China and THB47,023 to Montreal in Canada.
Bookings must be made by 6 April for travel from 1 May until 30 August this year.
The promotion is valid only on Qatar Airways flights. Fares are subject to change due to fluctuations in exchange rates. The promotion saves up to 30% off the airline’s fares posted on its booking website.
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