Following the unveiling of the Coral Executive Lounge at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Thai Vietjet passengers can now bask in a wealth of premium services while awaiting their flights. This latest move by the budget airline reaffirms its commitment to providing superior flight experiences at affordable prices.
Author: Kevin Erickson
Unveiling The Coral Executive Lounge
Thai Vietjet, the popular budget airline, has unveiled a new haven of relaxation for its passengers – The Coral Executive Lounge, at Suvarnabhumi International Airport. As a frequent flyer, I’ve experienced my fair share of lounges, and this one offers an impressive range of services to cater to passengers’ needs.
A Wealth of Premium Services
The Coral Executive Lounge offers passengers a range of amenities including meals and refreshments, snacks, a bar, WiFi, flight information services, private rooms, neck and shoulder massages, newspapers and magazines, televisions, and wheelchair accessibility. My personal favorite? The neck and shoulder massages – a perfect stress reliever after long business meetings.
Accessing The Coral Executive Lounge
Passengers flying Thai Vietjet on international routes from Bangkok to Singapore, Fukuoka, Da Nang, Phu Quoc, and Taipei can purchase access to the lounge at a reasonable price of 1,200 Baht via the airline’s website. Eco and Deluxe ticket holders can add a lounge pass to their booking, ensuring a more relaxed airport experience.
Continuing Commitment to Customer Experience
Pinyot Pibulsongkram, Head of Commercial at Thai Vietjet, reaffirmed the airline’s commitment to offering the best flight experience to its customers, emphasizing their focus on high-quality services at affordable prices. In conclusion, Thai Vietjet is continuously working towards enhancing the passenger experience, and the unveiling of The Coral Executive Lounge is a testament to this commitment. Now, passengers can enjoy the journey as much as the destination.