With Thai Vietjet’s ‘Check-Thru’ service, passengers are able to continue their flights from Phuket, Krabi, and Chiang Mai to Fukuoka, Taipei, and Singapore via Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.
BANGKOK – Enhancing its service for passengers’ most convenient travel experiences, Thai Vietjet introduces its recent ‘Check-Thru’ service, enabling passengers to connect their transit flights easily without check-in twice and receiving their baggage directly at the final destination. The new services include connections between Phuket, Chiang Mai, Krabi and Fukuoka, Taipei, and Singapore, available for booking now.
“We’re delighted to officially add the ‘Check-Thru’ service to offer more convenient connections to passengers while still providing quality and comfortable service as always. The ‘Check-Thru’ service allows our passengers to transit easily without check-in twice. We believe this new service elevates our connecting flight operation and will definitely bring further value to our passengers” said Mr. Pinyot Pibulsonggram, Head of Commercial at Thai Vietjet.
With Thai Vietjet’s ‘Check-Thru’ service, passengers are able to continue their flights from Phuket, Krabi, and Chiang Mai to Fukuoka, Taipei, and Singapore via Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport. The check-in process is required once only at the first departure terminal, then passengers can conveniently receive their baggage at their end destination. Flights with the ‘Check-Thru’ service are available for booking at www.vietjetair.com, after selecting the inclusive origins and destinations, the flights available for the service will be suggested automatically.
Suvarnabhumi Airport will serve as the intermediary hub for the ‘Check-Thru’ service. When arriving at Suvarnabhumi Airport, passengers can follow the sign to their connecting flight and then proceed to the waiting room after passing through the ticket check and carry-on bag scan. Passengers must allow at least 20 minutes prior to departure at the gate, check for the gate number, and they will board the following flight without leaving the passenger area or rechecking their bags.
Thai Vietjet has been providing leading capacity to passengers with the highest level of safety for travel during the Covid-19 outbreak. The carrier also strictly performs aircraft disinfection throughout its fleet in compliance with Thai Ministry of Public Health and CAAT’s directives, to reduce potential risks to the health of passengers and its staff.
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