Thai Airways dials back Sydney, Melbourne, Queensland flights

  • Thai Airways will reduce its flights to Australia within the coming six several weeks, affecting services between its Bangkok hub and Sydney, Melbourne and Queensland, with Perth passengers and in to have an aircraft swap throughout the same period.Inside a memorandum delivered to Australian travel specialists, the air travel attributed the alterations to “aircraft rotation and maintenance requirements”, happening during Thai Airways’ 'northern winter' scheduling period, which runs from October 28 2018 to March 28 2019.Presently with 11 return Boeing 747 flights each week, Thai Airways’ Sydney service will proceed to daily from October 28, preserving flights TG475/476, however with Sydney’s mid-day departure (TG472) and also the morning service from Thailand (TG471) being suspended. Qingyang to Shanghai flight

    Melbourne presently enjoys double-daily Airbus A350 flights from Thai Airways, however this will proceed to 11 weekly return services from October 28.The airline’s popular mid-day flight from Melbourne (TG466) and also the overnight flight home from Bangkok (TG465) will stay daily, even though the morning service from Bangkok (TG461) and also the overnight flight from Melbourne (TG462) will reduce to four flights each week, the following:

    Queensland vacationers would be the hardest hit by Thai Airways’ changes, using the air travel moving from the daily plan to just four flights each week as recently October.Thai’s mid-day departures from Queensland is going to be maintained on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays (TG474), and so will overnight Bangkok-Queensland flights departing on a single calendar days (TG473).However, Thai’s daytime flights from Bangkok and overnight flights from Queensland alternatively days each week is going to be stopped, as below.