"Make sure your cargo is in good hands"
The history Thailand’s air cargo services began at the same time as passenger services in 1922 when the country’s first schedule domestic flights were inaugurated the first such service in Asia. In 1960, Thai’s aircraft carried a total of just 700 tons of cargo and mail, between nine Asia destinations.
By 2005, THAI was transporting a total of 463,000 tons over its global network, employing a fleet of 86 aircraft. In addition, during 2005 Thai’s Cargo terminal at Bangkok international Airport handled 840,000 tons of cargo and mail, for its own flights and those of 50 customer airlines accounting for some 109,000 flights. The opening of Thai’s new Cargo terminal at Suvarnabhumi Airport will greatly increase both handling capacity and efficiency, making Bangkok the major air cargo hub in Southeast Asia.
Fast, reliable and economical air cargo operations will continue to stimulate business opportunities throughout Asia. Over the year, we have invested massively in up-to-date facilities at Bangkok international Airport to service the dynamically growing demand from air cargo operators. An important extension of airline’s computerized service has been the launch of this Online Revenue Cargo Handling and information Distribution system (ORCHIDS). This superbly designed computerized tracking system links the airline’s online destinations and interfaces with the computer networks of most other major airlines, providing customers with state-of-the-art technology for reservations, tariff calculation, space control, documentation and tracking. Further system enhancements are currently being added to meet the demanding requirements of the warded International Quality Management System ISO 9001:2000, at its Bangkok Cargo terminal.
ITL Aviation services
ITL AVS is cargo GSSA for Thai Airways in Vietnam and Indochina. Our services cover: sale & marketing, ground supervision, operation and administration, etc…