The new route that Air Canada will start operating the next month was brought to Prayut’s attention, and Trudeau voiced his confidence that it will result in increased revenue for tourism on both the Canadian and Thai sides of the border. The two presidents also discussed the strong ties that bind their countries together, as well as the possibility of initiating a free trade arrangement between Canada and ASEAN, which would lead to an increase in the number of employment available to people in the middle class in both countries. According to Trudeau, Canada is supporting the efforts that ASEAN is doing to put a stop to the unrest in Myanmar. The Prime Minister of Canada stated once again that his country is appalled by the violations of human rights that have been carried out by the military dictatorship in Burma. Both Prime Minister Prayut of Thailand and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada underlined the need of developing climate-resilient infrastructure in the Indo-Pacific region as a means of mitigating some of the more severe effects of climate change.

Trudeau expressed his gratitude to Prayut for her role as host of the APEC conference. The following month, Air Canada will begin operating flights to Thailand that do not make any stops. This route will be serviced by a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner four times per week. The flights will be between Bangkok and Vancouver. There has not been a direct connection between the United States of America and Thailand for the past decade. Air Canada, the flag carrier airline of Canada, will offer nonstop service between Vancouver International Airport and Suvarnabhumi International Airport on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. These flights will depart from and arrive at both airports. This flight route is only available during the winter months, beginning on December 4, 2022, and continuing until April 14, 2023.

This airplane features a distinct Economy Class, Premium Economy Class, and Signature Class for passengers to choose from when they board. The flight that left Vancouver at 11 o’clock at night for a western destination took off, and it arrived in Bangkok at 5:55 in the morning. The flight to the east will take off from Bangkok at 8.30 in the morning and land in Vancouver at 6.35 in the morning in order to complete the journey back in time. Both planes are scheduled to land at an early hour in the morning in order to provide customers with the greatest number of options for connecting flights within the same day. Because of the service, customers coming from the United States will have access to a choice that was not available to them in the past. They had to begin their journey by passing through Hong Kong, Seoul, Taipei, or Tokyo; alternatively, if they were traveling in the opposite direction, they had to travel through the hubs located in the Middle East. Yesterday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada paid a courtesy call to Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha while he was in town for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) 2022 Summit, which took place from November 16–19. The summit was held in this city from November 16–19.

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