The national airline of Thailand released the specifics of its winter season schedule on Monday, and just the day before, it received multiple honors at the Skytrax 2022 World Airline Awards. This morning, another wonderful news was announced. Flight TG649 departs Fukuoka at 11.40 am (local time) and arrives at Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok at 3.40 pm, whilst Flight TG648 departs Suvarnabhumi Airport at 1 am and arrives in Fukuoka at 8.10 am (local time). Economy round-trip tickets start at 15,385 Thai Baht per person, and business class tickets start at 59,920 Thai Baht per passenger. This promotion is valid for travel between the 30th of October and the 15th of December on any TG flight operated by THAI between now and the 7th of October. The advertised fares already include all applicable taxes (taxes and surcharges may change subject to currency exchange). Simply dial 02-356-1111 to access the THAI Contact Centre. Monday, THAI announced its winter flying timetable, which would span from 30 October to 25 March 2023.

The airline expects to operate 34 flights from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport to destinations in Asia, Europe, and Australia during this period. Since the Covid-19 outbreak swept the globe more than two years ago, THAI has had a terrible time, but the airline’s new restructuring program aims to return the company to profitability over the next two years and put it on a path to sustainability. This morning, the airline announced that it will offer discounted round-trip tickets from Bangkok to Fukuoka on October 30. Thai Airways International has had a difficult few days in recent memory (THAI).(24 hours per day) Yesterday, during the Skytrax 2022 World Airline Awards, which were held at The Langham hotel in London, THAI was awarded as having the fourth-best cabin crew in the world, with the highest-ranking workforce in Asia. In addition, the airline did exceptionally well in the global rankings published by Skytrax, where it ranked eighth for airport services, eighth for economy class meals, and tenth for first-class airline lounges.

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