TG gets back to business

BANGKOK, 18 October 2021: Thai Airways International released timetable details for 31 October 2021 to 26 March 2022 as the airline readies for the opening of quarantine-free travel to Thailand due to start 1 November.

The airline’s chief commercial officer, Nond Kalinta, said the boost in scheduled flights would support the government’s policy to welcome vaccinated international visitors to Thailand starting 1 November and will help to meet growing travel demand as well as support the country’s efforts to revive the economy and tourism industry.

The airline has adjusted its flight schedules and will be offering full inflight services as per the latest Covid-19 control measures for its Winter Flight Programme 31 October 2021 to 26 March 2022.

Flight operations in support of the Phuket Sandbox campaign:

1. Bangkok – Phuket – London (v.v.): three flights per week every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
2. Bangkok – Phuket – Frankfurt (v.v.): three flights per week every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
3. Bangkok – Munich – Phuket – Bangkok: one flight per week every Friday, starting 1 January 2022.
4. Bangkok – Phuket – Paris (v.v.): twice-weekly flights every Tuesday and Thursday.
5. Bangkok – Phuket – Copenhagen (v.v.): one flight per week every Thursday.
6. Bangkok – Phuket – Stockholm (v.v.): one flight per week every Friday.
7. Bangkok – Zurich – Phuket – Bangkok: one flight per week every Friday.

Intercontinental (return flights):

1. Bangkok – London: four flights per week every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
2. Bangkok – Frankfurt: four flights per week every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
3. Bangkok – Munich: one flight per week every Sunday, starting 1 January 2022.
4. Bangkok – Paris: one flight per week every Sunday.
5. Bangkok – Brussels: twice-weekly flights every Wednesday and Friday.
6. Bangkok – Milan: twice-weekly flights every Thursday and Saturday, starting 1 January 2022.
7. Bangkok – Copenhagen: twice-weekly flights every Wednesday and Sunday.
8. Bangkok – Stockholm: twice-weekly flights every Tuesday and Thursday.
9. Bangkok – Zurich: twice-weekly flights every Monday and Wednesday (operating one flight per week from 31 October – 31 December 2021).
10. Bangkok – Sydney: twice-weekly flights every Wednesday and Sunday.

Regional (return flights):

1. Bangkok – Manila: five flights per week every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
2. Bangkok – Osaka: four flights per week every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
3. Bangkok – Tokyo (Narita): four flights per week every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
4. Bangkok – Tokyo (Haneda): three flights per week every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, starting 1 January 2022.
5. Bangkok – Nagoya: four flights per week every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
6. Bangkok – Taipei: four flights per week every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
7. Bangkok – Hong Kong: three flights per week every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
8. Bangkok – Seoul: daily flight.
9. Bangkok – Singapore: four flights per week every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
10. Bangkok – Jakarta: one flight per week every Wednesday.
11. Bangkok – Delhi: daily flight, starting 1 January 2022.
12. Bangkok – Mumbai: five flights per week every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, starting 1 January 2022.
13. Bangkok – Bengaluru: three flights per week every Monday, Friday and Sunday, starting 1 January 2022.
14. Bangkok – Hyderabad: three flights per week every Monday, Friday and Sunday, starting 1 January 2022.
15. Bangkok – Chennai: four flights per week every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, starting 1 January 2022.
16. Bangkok – Dhaka: three flights per week every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, starting 1 January 2022.
17. Bangkok – Karachi: four flights per week every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, starting 1 January 2022.
18. Bangkok – Lahore: three flights per week every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, starting 1 January 2022.
19. Bangkok – Islamabad: four flights per week every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, starting 1 January 2022.

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