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THAI Increases Bangkok-Tokyo Flight Frequencies

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Mr. Arnuphap Kittikul (fourth from left), General Manager, Japan, Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI), recently presided over the opening of THAI’s fourth roundtrip flight TG 627 from Bangkok-Tokyo (Narita) at Narita International Airport.

Thai Bkk Tokyo flights

Also present at the opening ceremony were Mr. Osada Futoshi (third from left), Senior Vice President of Narita International Airport, Mr. Ishii Yasuo ( fifth from left),  Administrator of Narita International Airport Office, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, and Mr. Niwatchai Palakawong na Ayuthaya (sixth from left), THAI Airport Service Manager, Narita International Airport, and Captain Payakkapan Sangapong (second from left), THAI Commander.

In addition, THAI increased flights frequencies to Tokyo (Narita) from 21 flights per week to 28 flights per week and operated flights to other destinations in Japan, including Haneda, Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka, and Sapporo.

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