Thai Airways International NW18 International changes as of 11OCT18

Thai Airways International this week filed additional changes to its planned winter 2018/19 operation, effective from 28OCT18, latest adjustment (including recent changes not covered on Airlineroute) as follows.

Bangkok – Beijing eff 28OCT18 TG674/675 777-300 replaces -200ER
Bangkok – Brisbane eff 28OCT18 777-200ER replaces 787-8, planned service reduction from 7 to 4 weekly unchanged
Bangkok – Colombo eff 28OCT18 Reflected in recent schedule update, overall service reduced from 7 to 5 weekly for winter season. Revised operational aircraft as follows:
28OCT18 – 14DEC18 777-200ER
15DEC18 – 30MAR19 A330-300 (Previous plan: 777-200ER)
Bangkok – Delhi eff 28OCT18 TG331/332 777-200ER replaces 787-8
Bangkok – Fukuoka 777-300 replaces A330-300 during following period: 01NOV18 – 30NOV18, 01FEB19 – 30MAR19
Bangkok – Guangzhou eff 28OCT18 Revised operational aircraft
TG678/679 A350-900XWB replaces 777-300ER
TG668/669 777-300ER replaces A350-900XWB (From 01DEC18, 747-400 operates Day 56; From 03FEB19, 777-200ER operates Day 7)

Bangkok – Manila
eff 28OCT18 TG620/621 777-200ER replaces previously filed 787-8
Bangkok – Milan Malpensa 14DEC18 – 17JAN19 Reflected in recent schedule update, TG will restore previously planned 6th weekly flight during this period only, A350-900XWB operating
Bangkok – Nagoya Chubu eff 28OCT18 A350-900XWB now scheduled to operate 2 daily, replacing previously planned 1 daily each A350 and 787-8
Bangkok – Sapporo New Chitose

eff 28OCT18
747-400 replaces 777-300, 7 weekly
eff 02DEC18 Planned increase from 7 to 10 weekly unchanged. TG680/681 now scheduled with 747-400, instead of 777-300 (Overall 10 weekly 747)

Bangkok – Seoul Incheon eff 28OCT18 Planned increase from 3 to 4 daily unchanged. Planned TG654/655 is now scheduled with 777-300, replacing A330-300 (from 01NOV18)
Bangkok – Vienna 18DEC18 – 02JAN19 Reflected in recent schedule update, overall service increases from 5 to 7 weekly, 787-8 operating (TG originally scheduled 7 weekly for winter season, but later reverted to 5 weekly)

Previously reported changes:
Bangkok – Denpasar eff 28OCT18 747-400 continues operating 1 daily, replacing previously filed A350-900XWB
Bangkok – Melbourne
eff 28OCT18 Reduce from 14 to 11 weekly, A350-900XWB operating
Bangkok – Munich
eff 28OCT18 777-300ER replaces 747-400, 1 daily (End of Thai's 747 service to Europe)
Bangkok – Osaka Kansai eff 28OCT18 TG622/623 A350-900XWB replaces previously filed 747-400 (Overall 1 daily each 777-300ER and A350)
Bangkok – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 28OCT18 A350-900XWB continues to operate TG664/665 service
Bangkok – Sydney eff 28OCT18 Reduce from 11 to 7 weekly, 747-400 operating
Bangkok – Tokyo Haneda eff 28OCT18 TG682/683 747-400 replaces previously filed 777-300ER (Overall 2 daily 747)
Bangkok – Tokyo Narita eff 28OCT18 Reduce from 4 to 3 daily; TG642/643 A330-300 replaces previously filed A350-900XWB
Hong Kong – Seoul Incheon eff 28OCT18 1 daily service cancelled (Overall Bangkok – Hong Kong sector remains unchanged at 5 daily, excluding planned THAI Smile 1 daily flight)
Phuket – Frankfurt eff 28OCT18 3 weekly 777-300ER service no longer originates from Bangkok
Phuket – Hong Kong eff 28OCT18 1 daily service transferred to Thai Smile A320, replacing A330-300

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