THAI will operate flights to 16 international destinations in July-Sept period
In response to increasing demand for leisure, business and transit travel, Thai Airways International (THAI) will operate return flights to sixteen international destinations during the July-September period, chief commercial officer Nond Kalinta said in a press release.
The airline's regional routes are:
Bangkok-Tokyo (Narita): three flights per week every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Bangkok-Tokyo (Haneda): two flights per week, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Bangkok-Osaka: three flights per week every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Bangkok-Nagoya: two flights per week, Thursdays and Sundays.
Bangkok-Seoul: two flights per week every Thursday and Sunday.
Bangkok-Taipei: three flights per week, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Bangkok-Hong Kong: five flights per week every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Bangkok-Lahore: two flights per week, Fridays and Sundays.
Bangkok-Dhaka: one weekly flight every Friday.
Bangkok-Manila: three flights per week, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The intercontinental routes are:
Bangkok-London: two flights per week every Wednesday and Sunday.
Bangkok-Copenhagen: two flights per week, Wednesdays and Sundays.
Bangkok-Frankfurt: three flights per week every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
Bangkok-Paris: one weekly flight on Saturdays.
Bangkok-Zurich: one weekly flight every Wednesday.
Bangkok-Sydney: two flights per week, Wednesdays and Sundays.
In addition, THAI operates cargo flights to regional destinations such as Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Singapore, Seoul, Osaka and Tokyo (Narita).
For more information on flight schedules, reservations and ticketing services, visit www.thaiairways.com, call (+66)2-3561111 from 8am-5pm or contact local THAI ticket offices.
The airline is also planning to increase flights under its 2021 Winter Programme in response to travel demand. THAI "prioritises hygiene excellence", the press statement said, adding that the company is accredited with the Amazing Thailand Safety & Health Administration standard, recognised by the World Travel and Tourism Council under the council’s SafeTravels global health and hygiene protocols.
“The airline also strictly complies with Covid-19 preventive measures by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration and the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand during flight operations. After every flight, all passenger cabins will undergo disinfecting and deep cleaning,” the statement added.