Brussels Airlines and Thai Airways to Codeshare

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Brussels Airlines now offers travellers the possibility to fly direct from Brussels Airport to Bangkok.

The new flight offer results from a codeshare agreement between Brussels Airlines and Star Alliance partner Thai Airways International (THAI) that operates the flights.

Thai Airways International and Brussels Airlines recently concluded a codeshare agreement that enables Brussels Airlines to place its SN code on the flights operated by Thai Airways International in the distribution channels.

Since last year Thai Airways International flies 3 times weekly from Brussels Airport direct and nonstop to Bangkok (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday).

All flights are operated by Thai Airways International with Boeing 777 aircraft.

Brussels Airlines passengers can earn and spend frequent flyer miles through the codeshare scheduled service.

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