THAI Airways to launch special flights to 13 destinations in Asia and Europe by the end of March to support tourism in line with easing Covid-19 health measures

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Thai Airways International (THAI) has launched special flights to 13 destinations in Asia and Europe by the end of March in order to meet passengers’ demands and to support international tourism.

Acting executive vice president Nond Kalinta said yesterday, March 12th, that to support tourism after the easing of Covid-19 measures in the country as well as planning for upcoming tourism proposals in the near future, Thai Airways then launched 13 special flight services to countries in Asia and Europe.

PHOTO: THAI airways

Some flights have already started operating and some will be launched by the end of this month, according to the executive vice president. The flights are as follows:

  1. Bangkok-Tokyo (Narita)-Bangkok – every Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and return flights every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday
  2. Bangkok-Tokyo (Haneda)-Bangkok – special flights from Bangkok on March 30th
  3. Bangkok-Osaka-Bangkok – every Saturday
  4. Bangkok-Seoul-Bangkok – every Sunday. The first flight from Bangkok will be on Wednesday, March 31st
  5. Bangkok-Taipei-Bangkok – every Friday
  6. Bangkok-Hong Kong-Bangkok – every Wednesday
  7. Bangkok-Manila-Bangkok – special flights from Bangkok on March 9th, 16th, and 23rd
  8. Bangkok-Kuala Lumpur-Bangkok – special flights from Bangkok on March 16th and 31st
  9. Bangkok-London-Bangkok – every Sunday
  10. Bangkok-Paris-Bangkok – special flights from Bangkok on March 25
  11. Bangkok-Frankfurt-Bangkok – every Friday and special flights on Sunday, March 28rd
  12. Bangkok-Stockholm-Bangkok – special flights from Bangkok on March 17th
  13. Bangkok-Copenhagen-Bangkok– every Sunday

The airline continues to operate in accordance with health measures and safety standards under universal health standards to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 Coronavirus, including “deep cleaning” in all aircraft after landing.

Passengers will still need to ensure they meet all Covid-19 requirements before entering countries.


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