THAI announces its winter flight schedule 2021- 2022

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Bangkok, 15 October 2021 – Thai Airways International (THAI) has announced its winter flight program from 31 October 2021 – 26 March 2022.

THAI’s winter flight schedule 2021- 2022 are as follows:

Flight operations in support of the Phuket Sandbox campaign:

1. Bangkok – Phuket – London (v.v.): 3 flights per week every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.

2. Bangkok – Phuket – Frankfurt (v.v.): 3 flights per week every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.

3. Bangkok – Munich – Phuket – Bangkok: 1 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.)1 flight per week every Thursday.

6. Bangkok – Phuket – Stockholm (v.v.): 1 flight per week every Friday.

7. Bangkok – Zurich – Phuket – Bangkok: 1 flight per week every Friday.

Intercontinental (return flights):

1. Bangkok – London: 4 flights per week every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.

2. Bangkok – Frankfurt: 4 flights per week every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.

3. Bangkok – Munich: 1 flight per week every Sunday, starting 1 January, 2022.

4. Bangkok – Paris: 1 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 1 flight per week during 31 October – 31 December 2021).

10. Bangkok – Sydney: twice weekly flights every Wednesday and Sunday.

Regional (return flights):

1. Bangkok – Manila: 5 flights per week every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

2. Bangkok – Osaka: 4 flights per week every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

3. Bangkok – Tokyo (Narita): 4 flights per week every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.

4. Bangkok – Tokyo (Haneda): 3 flights per week every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, starting 1 January, 2022.

5. Bangkok – Nagoya: 4 flights per week every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday.

6. Bangkok – Taipei: 4 flights per week every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday.

7. Bangkok – Hong Kong: 3 flights per week every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.

8. Bangkok – Seoul: daily flight.

9. Bangkok – Singapore: 4 flights per week every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

10. Bangkok – Jakarta: 1 flight per week every Wednesday.

11. Bangkok – Delhi: daily flight, starting 1 January, 2022.

12. Bangkok – Mumbai: 5 flights per week every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, starting 1 January, 2022.

13. Bangkok – Bengaluru: 3 flights per week every Monday, Friday, and Sunday, starting 1 January, 2022.

14. Bangkok – Hyderabad: 3 flights per week every Monday, Friday and Sunday, starting 1 January, 2022.

15. Bangkok – Chennai: 4 flights per week every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, starting 1 January, 2022.

16. Bangkok – Dhaka: 3 flights per week every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, starting 1 January, 2022.

17. Bangkok – Karachi: 4 flights per week every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, starting 1 January, 2022.

18. Bangkok – Lahore: 3 flights per week every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, starting 1 January, 2022.

19. Bangkok – Islamabad: 4 flights per week every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, starting 1 January, 2022.

According to THAI, it strictly complies with the COVID-19 preventive measures of the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) and the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) for flight operations. All THAI flights are also operated in accordance with the COVID-19 control measures regulated by each destination country.

For more information about flight schedules, reservations, and ticketing services, please visit www.thaiairways.com.

Press Release from Tourism Authority of Thailand

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