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Use of cookies by Thai Airways

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site. Typically, a cookie records your personal preferences when using a website. It allows the website to ‘remember’ you and thereby helps the website serve its users better.

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Three types of cookies may be used during your visit to

 • Thai Airways session cookies that are deleted after each visit.

 • Thai Airways persistent cookies that are valid across visits and, for example, are used to avoid the need to tell us your country of residence at the start of each visit.

 • Third party cookies that are used by our partners to help measure site visiotrs.

To use the website, you should ensure that you have cookies turned on in your browser.

The table below details the most frequently used cookies on and explains their use.

To use the website, you should ensure that you have cookies turned on in your browser.

ie_logoInternet Explorer from 9.0 and higher

Select Tools – Internet Options – Click the Privacy tab – Move the slider to Medium or lower (click the Default button first if you don’t see the slider) – Click OK.

firefox logo Mozilla Firefox

Select Tools – Select Options – Click on the Privacy tab – Make sure that the box next to Accept Cookies from Sites is checked – Click OK.

ie_logo Safari

Select the Safari menu – Select Preferences – Click on Security – Click the Always option in the Accept Cookies section.

google-chrome-logo Google Chrome

Click the Tools menu – select Options – select the Under the Hood tab – click Content settings in the “Privacy” section and allow cookies.

If you have a different browser than those listed above, please refer to the help in your browser for information about how to enable cookies.

 Cookies used on
 Cookie Name  Purpose
JSESSIONID Set by Tomcat to store the user session ID.
site set by to store sitename selected by user


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