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Fri, 6 April 2018

Thai Airways to Increase Capacity to Japan and Korea for Songkran

Thai Airways has confirmed that it is operating its round trip flights between Bangkok and Tokyo Narita, Japan with Airbus A380-800 aircraft during the annual Songkran festival.

Picture from Songkran 2012 on Silom Road, Bangkok. Picture by Steven Howard. Click to enlarge.

Between 5 and 19 April 2018 Thai Airways' TG676 and TG677 flights will be operated with Airbus A380-800 aircraft to accommodate the higher demand of both domestic and international travellers during the Songkran holidays.

Thai Airways will also increase its flight frequency to Japan from 75 to 82 weekly flights. Flights to Korea will also increase from 34 to 38 weekly flights during the Thai New Year holidays.

The Airbus A380-800 can accommodate a total of 507 passengers with 12 seats in Royal First Class, 60 seats in Royal Silk Class and 435 seats in Economy Class.

See also: Pictures of Songkran 2012.

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