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Thai Airways International joins Wanderers Family

Thai Airways International joins Wanderers Family

The Western Sydney Wanderers have announced Thai Airways International as a new member of the Wanderers corporate family.

Signing for the 2018/19 Hyundai A-League Season, Thai Airways International have committed to engaging with and supporting the Wanderers members and wider community over the next twelve months.

Thai Airways International flies daily from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth to Thailand with onward domestic connections throughout the country and internationally to over 70 destinations across the globe.

Western Sydney Wanderers CEO, John Tsatsimas, said he is proud of the club aligning themselves with international full-service airline Thai Airways International.

“As a part of the Asian Football Confederation we have seen the enormous value that comes through connecting to Asia through football,” Tsatsimas said.

“This partnership is another step in extending our opportunities in Asia with an impressive global partner in Thai Airways International while also creating stronger ties to the Western Sydney community and opportunities for our members locally.”

Thai Airways International General Manager, Sern Chupikulchai, said that THAI is proud to support the Red & Black this season.

“Thai Airways International, Australia, is delighted to partner with the Western Sydney Wanderers FC for the 2018/19 season and we look forward to building a closer relationship with the Wanderers family and the extended community of Western Sydney across Australia,” Chupikulchai said.

“THAI has been instrumental in connecting Australians with Thailand and the world for almost five decades, fostering an enduring commercial and personal partnership between our two countries.

“We also value the opportunity to extend an invitation to you all to experience our unique brand of hospitality and service wherever your travels may take you.”

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