Thai Airways International S18 changes as of 25JAN18

Thai Airways International during mid-week’s schedule update gradually filed planned service changes with summer 2018 season, from 25MAR18. Planned changes as of 25JAN18 as follows.

Bangkok – Dubai eff 25MAR18 A350-900XWB replaces current 777-200ER service (previously filed as A330 in S18), 1 daily
Bangkok – Frankfurt Updated operational aircraft adjustment
TG920/921 19APR18 – 31JUL18 777-300ER replaces A380 (Previous plan: 25MAR18 – 31JUL18)
TG922/923 777-300ER continues to operate up to 4 weekly, replacing A350-900XWB

Bangkok – Hong Kong eff 25MAR18 TG600/601 777-300ER replaces previously filed 747-400
Bangkok – Manila TG620/621 787-8 replaces 777-200 during following period: 25MAR18 – 20APR18 / 01JUL18 – 27OCT18
Bangkok – Mumbai eff 01SEP18 TG317/318 777-300 replaces 747-400
Bangkok – Phuket – Frankfurt 777-300ER continues to operate up to 3 weekly, replacing A350-900XWB
Bangkok – Osaka KansaiTG672/673 A350-900XWB operation (from 16FEB18) continues to operate on/after 25MAR18, replacing previously filed 747-400
Bangkok – Sapporo New Chitose eff 25MAR18 777-200 replaces -300ER
Bangkok – Tokyo Haneda Operational aircraft changes
TG660/661 eff 01JUN18 A350-900XWB replaces 747-400
TG682/683 A350-900XWB operation (from 16FEB18) will be replaced by 747-400 from 25MAR18 to 30AUG18 (This flight previously filed as 777-300ER)

Bangkok – Tokyo Narita eff 25MAR18 TG642/643 A350-900XWB continues operating 1 daily flight
Bangkok – Vienna eff 21APR18 787-8 replaces 777-300ER, 4 weekly

Previously reported changes:
Bangkok – London Heathrow 01AUG18 – 30SEP18 TG910/911 777-300ER replaces A380
Bangkok – Milan Malpensa 20JUN18 – 29AUG18 Increase from 4 to 5 weekly, A350-900XWB operating


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