Saturday, September 1, 2007
Thai Airways has officially released its Winter 2007-08 timetable which sees many changes to its medium and long haul route network. The main highlights are as follows :
ISB - to be increased from 3 to 4 weekly flights effective Jan 23rd 2008, all using an AB6.
LHE - increased from 5 weekly to daily nonstop using an AB6.
KHI - 4 weekly terminator flights to replace BKK-KHI-MCT. All 4 flights will be flown using an A 333. This will take effect from Oct 27th onwards.
MCT - 3 weekly dedicated terminator flights flown nonstop from BKK using an A 333.
MUC - capacity increased from daily nonstop A 346s to 3 weekly B 744s + 4 weekly A 346s from BKK.
PER - capacity increased from 5 weekly A 333s to 5 weekly B 773s.
DME - increased from 3 to 4 weekly flights all using a B 772ER.
CMB - capacity reduced from 2 weekly A 333 + weekly AB6 to 3 weekly AB6s.
KTM - daily B 772As.
DAC - capacity increased from daily AB6 to 3 weekly A 333 + 3 weekly AB6 + weekly B 772A.
SGN - increased from 16 to 17 times a week frequency all using an AB6.
CGK - capacity increased from 6 weekly AB6 + weekly A 333 to 3 weekly A 333 + 4 weekly AB6.
ICN - increased to 19 weekly flights i.e. 5 weekly B 773A + daily A 333 + daily B 772A.
CDG / ARN & CPH - all 3 cities maintain daily nonstop B 744 service.
FCO - 4 weekly nonstop B 744 service.
MXP - 4 weekly nonstop B 772ER service.
MAD - 3 weekly B 744s nonstop from BKK.
LHR & FRA - both cities maintain double daily B 744 service.
ZRH - from January 08, capacity is increased from daily A 346 to 2 weekly B 744s + 5 weekly A 346s.
ATH - capacity reduced from 3 weekly B 773s to 3 weekly B 772ERs.