While some airlines have decided to cancel all
flights to mainland China, Thai Airways is following the World
Health Organisation's guidelines and has only reduced the number
of flights to and from China as demand falls.
Thai Airways has made the following changes:
- Flights between Bangkok and Beijing have been
reduced from two flights per day to one flight per day from 8-29
- On the Bangkok-Shanghai-Bangkok route, TG has
reduced the regular two flights per day to one flight per day from
10-29 February 2020;
- Between Bangkok and Guangzhou, Thai Airways has
reduced the number of flights from two per day to one flight per
day from 8-29 February 2020;
- Thai Airway's flights between Bangkok and
Chengdu have been cut from seven flights per week to five flights
per week from 6-27 February 2020;
- On the Bangkok-Kunming-Bangkok route, Thai
Airways had reduced the number of flights from seven per week to
three flights per week from 6-29 February 2020; and
- Thai Airways has cut the four flights per
week between Bangkok and Xiamen to just two flights per week from
6-27 February 2020.
Passengers who are affected by the above changes
should contact they airline directly.