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TG revives its domestic network

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BANGKOK, 29 November 2023: Thai Airways International confirms its return to Thailand’s main domestic air routes operating Airbus A320 aircraft from its home base, Suvarnabhumi Airport, to nine destinations as it shuts down Thai Smile, a low-cost subsidiary now declared a failed experiment. 

The changes are logged in the Winter Flight Schedule 29 October 2023 – 30 March 2024.

Until now, THAI has limited its domestic flights to just Chiang Mai and Phuket, two popular destinations with international tourists. Earlier in the year, THAI phased out Thai Smile’s regional flights and is now winding down domestic flights by 1 January 2024.

Passengers who have unused Thai Smile tickets for travel in 2024 can transfer them to TG flights up until the end of the year.

TG’s domestic flights

1. Bangkok – Chiang Mai: 35 flights per week.

2. Bangkok – Phuket: 56 weekly flights, starting 1 December 2023.  

3. Bangkok – Udon Thani: 21 weekly flights, starting 1 December 2023.

4. Bangkok – Chiang Rai: 14 weekly flights, starting 1 January 2024.

5. Bangkok – Khon Kaen: 28 weekly flights, starting 1 January 2024.

6. Bangkok – Ubon Ratchathani: 14 weekly flights, starting 1 January 2024.

7. Bangkok – Krabi: 14 weekly flights, starting 1 January 2024.

8. Bangkok – Hat Yai: 21 weekly flights, starting 1 January 2024.

9. Bangkok – Narathiwat: daily flights, starting 1 January 2024.

The change means passengers can book through to domestic destinations in a single booking transaction on TG’s website, with through-check-in and baggage delivered to the final destination.

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