Thai Airways Releases International Flying Schedule

The embattled airline is planning a return to at least 10 major cities in both Asia and Europe in just a few weeks’ time.

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With Thailand’s partial reopening slated for November 1, its flag carrier will be restarting flights from Suvarnabhumi Airport to 36 destinations across the globe between the end of this month and early January. The news was announced yesterday by Nond Kalinta, Thai Airways’ Executive Vice President for Commerce, who said regular services would resume to major cities in Europe, Asia, and Australasia from October 31. Intriguingly, there will be no flights to and from Mainland China, even though China is one of five low-risk countries whose residents will be eligible for quarantine-free entry next month if they are fully vaccinated and test negative for the virus before arrival. The others are Germany, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Thai Airways will soon be running nonstop flights from Bangkok to the following European cities:

Destination Frequency Days of operation from BKK
Brussels 2 x weekly Wed, Fri
Copenhagen 2 x weekly Wed, Sun
Frankfurt 4 x weekly Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun
London (Heathrow) 4 x weekly Tue, Wed, Fri, Sun
Milan (Malpensa) 2 x weekly (from Jan 1) Thu, Sat
Munich 1 x weekly (from Jan 1) Sun
Paris (CDG) 1 x weekly Sun
Stockholm 2 x weekly Tue, Thu
Zürich 1 x weekly (then 2 x weekly from Jan 1) Mon (from Jan 1), Wed

European cities being served with Thai Airways’ nonstop flights from Bangkok.

 

That comes on top of return flights on these long-haul routes to support the Phuket Sandbox scheme:

Route Frequency Days of operation from BKK
Bangkok–Phuket–Copenhagen 1 x weekly Thu
Bangkok–Phuket–Frankfurt 3 x weekly Tue, Thu, Sat
Bangkok–Phuket–London Heathrow 3 x weekly Wed, Fri, Sun
Bangkok–Munich–Phuket–Bangkok 1 x weekly (from Jan 1) Fri
Bangkok–Phuket–Paris CDG 2 x weekly Tue, Thu
Bangkok–Phuket–Stockholm 1 x weekly Fri
Bangkok–Zürich–Phuket–Bangkok 1 x weekly Fri

 

Meanwhile, October 31 will also mark the relaunch of scheduled passenger services between Bangkok and 11 cities in Southeast Asia, East Asia, and Australasia:

Destination Frequency Days of operation from BKK
Hong Kong 3 x weekly Wed, Fri, Sun
Jakarta 1 x weekly Wed
Manila 5 x weekly Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat
Nagoya 4 x weekly Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun
Osaka 4 x weekly Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Seoul 7 x weekly Every day
Singapore 4 x weekly Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
Sydney 2 x weekly Wed, Sun
Taipei 4 x weekly Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat
Tokyo Haneda 3 x weekly (from Jan 1) Tue, Thu, Sat
Tokyo Narita 4 x weekly Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat

 

Thai Airways also plans to resume flights to South Asia on New Year’s Day 2022, including a daily service to Delhi:

Destination Frequency (all from Jan 1) Days of operation from BKK
Bengaluru 3 x weekly Mon, Fri, Sun
Chennai 4 x weekly Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat
Dhaka 3 x weekly Tue, Thu, Sat
Hyderabad 3 x weekly Mon, Fri, Sun
Islamabad 4 x weekly Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat
Karachi 4 x weekly Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat
Lahore 3 x weekly Tue, Thu, Sat
Mumbai 5 x weekly Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun
New Delhi 7 x weekly Every day

Thai Airways will return to nine cities in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan from January 1, 2022.

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