Thai 1Q18 international aircraft changes

Thai Airways International recently filed various changes to its network in the first quarter of 2018, mainly focusing on aircraft adjustment. As of 16DEC17, planned changes as follow.

Bangkok – Beijing TG674/675 787-8 service to be replaced by following:
16JAN18 – 14FEB18 777
15FEB18 – 24MAR18 A330-300

Bangkok – Denpasar eff 04JAN18 787-8 replaces 747-400/777-300ER
Bangkok – Frankfurt eff 16JAN18 TG922/923 777-300ER replaces A350-900XWB
Bangkok – Fukuoka eff 16FEB18 777-300 replaces A330-300, 1 daily
Bangkok – Guangzhou eff 16JAN18 2 daily service operated by 747-400, replacing 777-200ER/-300ER
Bangkok – London Heathrow eff 01FEB18 TG916/917 777-300ER replaces A350-900XWB
Bangkok – Moscow Domodedovo 14DEC17 – 15JAN18 747-400 replaces 777-200ER, 4 weekly
Bangkok – Phuket – Frankfurt eff 17JAN18 777-300ER replaces A350-900XWB
Bangkok – Seoul Incheon eff 28FEB18 TG658/659 A350-900XWB replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Bangkok – Singapore eff 16JAN18 TG409/410 A350-900XWB replaces 747-400, 1 daily

Based on the week of 17DEC17’s OAG Schedules Analyser update, THAI filed following A350-900XWB operating flights, however these are not reflected in the booking system.

Bangkok – Osaka Kansai 01FEB18 – 24MAR18 TG622/623, replacing 777-300/-300ER
Bangkok – Tokyo Haneda 16FEB18 – 24MAR18 TG682/683, replacing 777-300ER
Bangkok – Tokyo Narita 16JAN18 – 30JAN18 TG642/643, replacing 777-300ER


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