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Thai Airways lands A-League’s Wanderers deal

Australian A-League soccer club Western Sydney Wanderers has signed Thai Airways International as a partner for the 2018-19 season.

Under the deal, Thai Airways aims to build a close relationships with Wanderers members and the wider community over the next twelve months.

Western Sydney Wanderers chief executive John Tsatsimas said the partnership was another step in extending the club’s commercial opportunities in Asia. “As a part of the Asian Football Confederation we have seen the enormous value that comes through connecting to Asia through football,” he said.

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 worldwide.

The Hyundai A-League itself is sponsored by the Australian airline Qantas.

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