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Thai Airways International adds Domestic Flights for Maka Bucha Day

Travel News Asia 4 March 2004

Thai Airways International will operate supplementary domestic flights between 5-7 March 2004 due to higher passenger demand on the occasion of Maka Bucha Day. The flights concerned are as follows:

Bangkok - Chiang Mai v.v. - Flight TG 8734 departing Bangkok at 06.50 hours arriving Chiang Mai at 08.00 hours

- Flight TG 8735 departing Chiang Mai at 08.50 hours arriving Bangkok at 10.00 hours

- Flight TG 8736 departing Bangkok at 13.45 hours arriving Chiang Mai at 14.55 hours

- Flight TG 8737 departing Chiang Mai at 15.45 hours arriving Bangkok at 16.55 hours

Bangkok - Phuket v.v. - Flight TG 8754 departing Bangkok at 11.15 hours arriving Phuket at 12.35 hours

- Flight TG 8755 departing Phuket at 13.25 hours arriving Bangkok at 14.50 hours

- Flight TG 8758 departing Bangkok at 18.00 hours arriving Phuket at 19.20 hours

- Flight TG 8759 departing Phuket at 20.10 hours arriving Bangkok at 21.35 hours.

Flights operate with Airbus 330-300

Bangkok - Krabi v.v. - Flight TG 8752 departing Bangkok at 07.15 hours arriving Krabi at 08.35 hours

- Flight TG 8753 departing Krabi at 09.15 hours arriving Bangkok at 10.35 hours

- Flight TG 8756 departing Bangkok at 16.00 hours arriving Phuket at 17.20 hours

- Flight TG 8757 departing Phuket at 18.00 hours arriving Bangkok at 19.20 hours

Flights operate with Boeing 737-400

In addition, on 5 March 2004, normal flights operate with larger aircraft as follows:

Flights TG 130/131 and 231/232 will operate with Airbus 300-600
Flights TG 203/204 will operate with Airbus 330-300
Flights TG 040/041 will operate with Boeing 737-400

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