THAI Suspends Flights Due to Airport Closure

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Wednesday September 3, 2008 02:58
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited announces the suspension of flights due to the closure of Had Yai Airport. Other THAI flights and airports in Thailand are working in normal operations.
Flg. Off. Apinan Sumanaseni, THAI’s President said that due to the closure of Had Yai airport, the airline is unable to operate its flights and services on the following routes:
  • Bangkok – Had Yai :TG1233 and TG1235
  • Had Yai – Bangkok :TG1234 and TG1236

In addition, THAI confirms that its employees will continue provide normal services and operations to passengers and also continues to work towards development and maintenance to offer the highest standard of safety and quality services and products.

For more information on THAI’s flights and reservations, passengers may contact THAI’s 24-hour Contact Center at tel. 0-2356-1111 or at www.thaiairways.com

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