Thai Airways International announced on Monday (February 3) that it has adjusted its flight frequency between cities in Thailand and China to match the current changes in flight demand as a result of the novel coronavirus that was first observed in the city of Wuhan at the end of December and has now spread.
The Chinese Government prohibits inbound and outbound flights from Wuhan and other cities in the vicinity that may pose potential risks.
The changes to flights to and from China in February 2020 are as follows:
1. Bangkok-Beijing-Bangkok route: reduced from two flights per day to one flight per day from February 8-29
2. Bangkok-Shanghai-Bangkok route: reduced from two flights per day to one flight per day from February 10-29
3. Bangkok-Guangzhou-Bangkok route: reduced from two flights per day to one flight per day from February 8-29
4. Bangkok-Chengdu-Bangkok route, reduced from seven flights per week to five flights per week from February 6-27
5. Bangkok-Kunming-Bangkok route: reduced from seven flights per week to three flights per week from February 6-29
6. Bangkok-Xiamen-Bangkok route: reduced from four flights per week to two flights per week from February 6-27
THAI will closely monitor the situation and strictly implement preventive measures against the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
Passengers may make ticket changes at any THAI Sales Office. For more information about flight schedule or flight cancellations, visit thaiairways.com website or contact the THAI Contact Centre at (02) 356 1111, 24 hours a day.