Thai S18 service changes as of 26JAN18

Thai Airways International in the last 24 hours filed additional adjustment to its summer 2018 operation, effective from 25MAR18. Additional adjustment not covered in yesterday’s report as follows.

Bangkok – Beijing eff 25MAR18 TG614/615 A350-900XWB replaces 777-300ER
Bangkok – Chiang Mai – Kunming eff 25MAR18 2 weekly service cancelled
Bangkok – Guangzhou Operational aircraft changes
TG668/669 eff 01JUN18 A350-900XWB replaces 777-300ER
TG678/679 777-200ER replaces -300ER from 25MAR18 to 31MAY18 and from 01SEP18 to 27OCT18

Bangkok – Hong Kong eff 25MAR18 TG600/601 and TG606/607 777-300ER replaces previously filed 747-400
Bangkok – Kunming eff 25MAR18 Increase from 5 to 7 weekly once again, A330-300 operating
Bangkok – London Heathrow TG916/917 777-300ER continues to operate on/after 25MAR18, replacing previously filed A350-900XWB
Bangkok – Seoul Incheon TG658/659 A350-900XWB continues to operate on/after 25MAR18, replacing previously filed 747-400 (A350 service begins from 28FEB18)
Bangkok – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 25MAR18 TG664/665 A350-900XWB replaces 777-300ER
Bangkok – Taipei Taoyuan – Seoul Incheon Operational aircraft changes
25MAR18 – 31MAY18 777-300
01JUN18 – 27OCT18 777-200ER

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