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THAI adjusts flight frequency to South Korea and Singapore

Feb 15. 2020
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By THE NATION

Thai Airways International (THAI) has adjusted its flight frequency to some destinations in view of changes in demand following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19), Nond Kalinta, the airline’s vice president of sales department, said.

Nond said because of the epidemic in China, many countries have advised their people to reduce travels to countries in the vicinity.

According to a THAI statement issued on Saturday (February 15), the changes in flights to South Korea and Singapore are as follows:

➤ Reduced flights on the Bangkok-Seoul-Bangkok route from five flights per day to four per day from February 26 to March 28.

➤ Cancellation of flights on the Bangkok-Busan-Bangkok route on February 27 and on March 5-6.

➤ Reduced flights on the Bangkok-Singapore-Bangkok route from five flights per day to four per day from February 20 to March 27.

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