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Flying high to Fukuoka

Jun 10. 2019
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By The Nation

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Thai Airways International has announced it is to increase the frequency of its flights to Fukuoka from seven to 10 flights per week beginning July 13 and also offer a promotional fare for travel from July 13 to September 30.

The airline’s executive vice president-commerical Wiwat Piyawiroj, Commercial, said the increase was being introduced to cope with demand by both Japanese and Thai passengers. 

THAI’s promotional fare roundtrip on flight TG686 with return on TG687 or TG649 will go fro Bt14,420 per person. For those traveling in a group of four people or more, the price is Bt13,670 per person (taxes and surcharge fees are included).

THAI operates flights to Fukuoka with Airbus A330-300 aircraft, equipped with 36 seats in Royal Silk Class and 263 seats in Economy Class. The flight departs from Bangkok at 00.50am and from Fukuoka at 11.35am for daily flights and departing Bangkok at 9.50am and from Fukuoka at 6.20pm for the additional Monday, Thursday and Saturday flights.

 

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