Thai Airways increases frequency to 19 flights a week from Delhi to Bangkok

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Thai Airways operates additional daylight flight TG324-TG323, increasing frequency to 19 flights a week. The additional day flight will offer greater options to passengers travelling to Australia and Auckland. Flying at three different time slots, Thai offers convenience and flexibility to passengers. The late night flight, TG316 will operate with aircraft type 773 offering capacity of 34 seats in business and 330 seats in economy, early morning flight TG332 will operate with aircraft type 787 offering capacity of 24 seats in business and 240 seats in economy and daylight flight TG324 will operate with 777-200 offering capacity of 30 seats in business and 279 seats in economy. Total capacity per week will be 5941 seats from Delhi. Thai is currently operating from six cities in India i.e. Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai and Bengaluru offering 52 flights a week. We also operate seasonal flights from Gaya and Varanasi between October-March.

“It is our endeavour to ensure that our passengers enjoy a comfortable and happy journey on Thai, we are constantly working to improve our service as per changing demands and customer’s expectations, from upgrading aircraft to world class ground services at Suvarnabhumi airport, changing F&B options as per service route requirements, entertainment and shopping on board; convenience of web purchase and online services, Thai is dedicated to customer satisfaction,” said Viset Sontichai, Director, Thai Airways for India subcontinent.