Thai Airways lùi lịch khai thác các chặng Quốc tế sang ngày mở màn là 01.08.2020


New schedule, set to begin August 1. Fingers crossed.


Bangkok-Auckland: Three weekly from 03-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Beijing Capital: Twice weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Brisbane: Three weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Delhi: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Denpasar: Three weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Dhaka: Five weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Guangzhou: Twice weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Hanoi: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Ho Chi Minh City: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Hong Kong: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Islamabad: Four weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Jakarta: Three weekly from 03-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Karachi: Four weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Kuala Lumpur: Five weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Lahore: Four weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Manila: Four weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Melbourne: Five weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Nagoya: Three weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Osaka Kansai: Three weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Perth: Three weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Phnom Penh: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Seoul Incheon: Six weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Shanghai Pudong: Twice weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Singapore: Four weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Sydney: Five weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Taipei Taoyuan: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Tokyo Haneda: Four weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Tokyo Narita: Four weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Vientiane: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Yangon: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok – London Heathrow service will be reintroduced 1 August with a daily 777-300ER.