THAI boost Australia, Japan and Indian routes for winter
Published on Nov 2, 2010
Thai Airways International (THAI) has announced its schedules for winter 2010-11, with additions to its networks in Australia, Japan and India. To Australia, the carrier will increase its Bangkok-Sydney services from twice daily to 18 fl ights per week, aboard its Airbus A340-600. As well as launching direct daily services to Tokyo Haneda airport, THAI will also strengthen its Japan network with the addition of three weekly flights to Nagoya, and two weekly flights to Fukuoka, taking the total frequency on these routes to 10 fl ights per week and daily services respectively. Both routes are served with an A330-300. To India, the Bangkok-Mumbai service will initially be increase from daily to 10 flights per week, and to 12 weekly flights from 16 February to 26 March 2011. The Bangkok-Gaya-Varanasi service will go daily from 10 November to year-end. Elsewhere, the Bangkok-Oslo route will be increased to daily B777 flights, up from the current five per week.
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