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Thai Airways flights to Lahore and Islamabad remain cancelled until 31 May 2019

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BANGKOK: Mr. Nond Kalinta, Vice President of Sales, Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI), said that cancellation of THAI roundtrip flights from Bangkok-Lahore and Bangkok-Islamabad has been extended from 15 May 2019 until 31 May 2019, due to partial opening of Pakistani airspace and restrictions on some routes. To facilitate THAI passengers travelling to Lahore and Islamabad, THAI has issued a ticket change waiver for those who reroute travel to Karachi. THAI continues to fly roundtrip from Bangkok-Karachi via Oman airspace, operated with larger aircraft and with a change in flight schedule, effective today until 31 May 2019.  Details are as follows:

–    Flight TG3419 from Bangkok-Karachi departs from Bangkok at 07.01 hours and arrives in Karachi at 11.20 hours (local time)
–    Flight TG3429 from Karachi-Bangkok departs from Karachi at 12.30 hours (local time) and arrives in Bangkok at 22.05 hours
–    Flight TG507 from Bangkok-Karachi-Muscat departs from Bangkok at 14.10 hours, arrives in Karachi at 19.00 hours (local time), departs from Karachi at 20.00 hours (local time), and arrives in Muscat at 20.50 hours (local time)
–    Flight TG508 from Muscat-Karachi-Bangkok departs from Muscat at 04.15 hours (local time), arrives in Karachi at 06.50 hours (local time), departs from Karachi at 08.05 hours (local time), and arrives in Bangkok at 17.40 hours

THAI reserves the right to adjust the above flight schedule according to Pakistani and Oman airspace opening and closing times. Passengers traveling on these flights are advised keep abreast of related news and check the flight schedule on thaiairways.com or THAI Contact Center at Tel. 02-356-1111, 24-hours a day.

BIZ TODAY MONITOR 

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