Since being granted a license from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Thai Airways has operated multiple Cargo-in-Cabin flights, which is now available as a service from the flag carrier airline.
Cargo-in-Cabin service utilizes the cabin area of the aircraft to increase capacity, support growing demand, and increase airline revenue. For cargo being flown that calls for sensitive care, like delicate electronic components or pharmaceuticals, THAI now provides the service which offers both safety and efficiency.
Early this February, THAI shipped Antigen Test Kits (ATKs) from Bangkok to Sydney, Australia. The Cargo-in-Cabin flight carried nearly 3 metric tons on THAI’s Boeing 777-300ER, an aircraft known for providing a unique combination of exceptional fuel efficiency and range. THAI offers passenger flight tickets to Brisbane, Melbourne, and Perth in addition to Sydney in Australia.
Thai Airways additionally operated a Cargo-in-Cabin flight in a Guangzhou-Bangkok route, with passenger seats accommodating additional cargo. The service, which is operating only in during the Covid-19 situation, will be extended beyond the March 31 2022 deadline should the ICAO provide approval. THAI has been in discussions with numerous potential clients, which includes Thai Fresh Fruit Traders and Exporters on the shipping export of fruit.
THAI has launched multiple new revenue generating initiatives to increase revenue, including new charter flight routes, in addition to the Cargo-in-Cabin service. Those interested can contact Thai Airways booking for Cargo-in-Cabin service via email at cargocharter ( @ ) thaiairways dot com dot