Thai Airways International Public Company Limited has announced changes to its Summer Schedule in order to cater for…
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited has announced changes to its Summer Schedule in order to cater for the rising demand of passengers starting 31 March 2003.
Mr. Kanok Abhiradee, THAI`s President, stated that THAI plans to make changes to its Summer Schedule 2003 to support the government`s policy in boosting Thailand`s tourism industry. Adjustments and additional flights to the Summer Schedule, starting 31 March 2003, are as follows:
Adjusted European Routes and Frequencies
Bangkok – Zurich – Geneva v.v. 3 flights per week, every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, utilizing Boeing 747-400 aircraft.
Bangkok – Athens v.v. 3 flights per week, every Monday, Thursday and Saturday, utilizing Boeing 777-300 aircraft.
Bangkok – Zurich v.v. 4 flights per week, every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, utilizing MD 11 aircraft.
Additional Domestic Frequencies
Bangkok – Krabi v.v. Increased to 21 flights per week from 18 flights.
Chiang Mai – Mae Hong Son v.v. Increased to 5 flights daily from 3 flights, totaling 35 flights per week, utilizing ATR 72 and Boeing 737-400 aircraft (during 30 March – 31 August 2003).
Flights to other destinations served by THAI remain unchanged.
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