Thai Airways, in partnership with the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs, the Royal Thai Embassies in Copenhagen, London,
and Canberra, and the Royal Thai Consulate in Sydney, has operated
three more repatriation flights to bring stranded Thai residents
Between 13 and 14 September, the Thai flag carrier
operated the following three reparation flights:
Flight TG951 flew 77 stranded Thai residents in Nordic countries
from Copenhagen. This was the fifth such repatriation flight.
- Flight TG917 flew 248 Thais stranded in the
United Kingdom and Ireland from London Heathrow, the eight
repatriation flights from London.
- Flight TG476 carried 166 Thais from Sydney,
Australia. This was the ninth repatriation flight that Thai
Airways had operated from Sydney.
Thai Airways not only carried cargo on the roundtrip
flights, but also used the flights departing Bangkok to carry
those stranded in Thailand back home.