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Thai Airways International moves Phuket Flights to Krabi

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Monday, 17 September 2007

Following the deadly One-Two-Go plane crash that took place Sunday evening in Phuket, Thai Airways International has cancelled its return flights on the route between Bangkok and Phuket until the airport reopens.

The company has now adjusted its flight schedule for departure and arrival of flights routed to and from Phuket International Airport. The flight routed Bangkok Phuket will today operate Bangkok Krabi instead, as a special flight to serve those needing to travel to Phuket, by landing in Krabi and providing ground transportation to Phuket, as follows:

- Flight TG 1205, routed Don Muang Krabi: Departs Don Muang at 10.40 hrs., arrives in Krabi at 12.00 hrs.
- Flight TG 1206, routed Krabi Don Muang: Departs Krabi at 12.45 hrs., arrives in Don Muang at 14.10 hrs.
- Flight TG 1245, routed Don Muang Krabi: Departs Don Muang at 14.45 hrs., arrives in Krabi at 16.05 hrs.
- Flight TG 1246, routed Krabi Don Muang: Departs Krabi at 16.50 hrs., arrives in Don Muang at 18.10 hrs.
- Flight TG 203, routed Suvarnabhumi Krabi: Departs Suvarnabhumi at 10.15 hrs., arrives in Krabi at 11.35 hrs.
- Flight TG 1204, routed Krabi Suvarnabhumi: Departs Krabi at 12.25 hrs., arrives in Suvarnabhumi at 13.45 hrs.

Passengers are being requested to check the flight schedule or inquire for more information by calling THAIs Sales Office in Phuket at Tel. +66-76-351218, +66-76-205334, and Call Center Tel. +66-2356-1111.

Phuket International Airport reopened for normal service at around 17.00 hours local time today (Monday, 17 September).

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