THAI Smile Increases Baggage Allowance for International Flight Passengers

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Monday September 2, 2019 18:23
Bangkok--2 Sep--Idea Works Communications

THAI Smile Airways has announced an increase in the baggage allowance for passengers travelling on international flights effective September 1, 2019. Passengers travelling in Smile Class (Economy class) will enjoy a baggage allowance of 30 kilogrammes while Smile Plus (Premium economy class) passengers are allowed 40 kilogrammes. The increase is aimed at facilitating travel. For domestic flights, the baggage allowances for Smile Class and Smile Plus will be 20 and 30 kilogrammes respectively. For more information, please visit thaismileair.com or contact Call Center at 1181 or 02-118-8888 (24 hrs.).


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