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UPDATE ON FLIGHTS TO/FROM OSAKA from freemexy's blog

Today (10 September 2018), Thai Airways Worldwide Public Company Limited (THAI) announced extra time of their Bangkok-Osaka flight cancellation to 13 September 2018, and passengers holding THAI tickets around the Bangkok-Osaka route can alter their travel itineraries with no charges and changes until 20 September 2018. Shanghai to Phuket flight

Flight Lieutenant Pratana Patanasiri, THAI V . P ., Aviation Safety, Security and Standards, stated that Kansai Airport terminal is seriously impacted by Storm Jebi and contains announced the airport terminal will stay close until further notice. THAI, therefore extends its flight cancellation period between Bangkok and Osaka until 13 September 2018 using the following schedule:

1. Flight TG672 that was scheduled to go away from Suvarnabhumi Airport terminal at 08.25 hrs and get to Kansai Airport terminal, Osaka, at 15.55 hrs (local time).

2. Flight TG673 that was scheduled to go away from Kansai Airport terminal, Osaka, at 17.35 hrs (local time) and get to Suvarnabhumi Airport terminal at 21.25 hrs.

3. Flight TG622 that was scheduled to go away from Suvarnabhumi Airport terminal at 23.30 hrs and get to Kansai Airport terminal, Osaka, at 07.00 hrs (local time) on the following day.

4. Flight TG623 that was scheduled to go away from Kansai Airport terminal, Osaka, at 11.45 hrs (local time) and get to Suvarnabhumi Airport terminal at 15.35 hrs.

THAI passengers holding roundtrip tickets between Bangkok and Osaka during 3-20 September 2018 may reroute with other destinations in Japan that are Tokyo, japan (Narita and Haneda), Nagoya, Fukuoka, and Sapporo, within 20 September 2018. Charges and expenses is going to be exempted with condition applied. Passengers are encouraged to contact THAI sales offices or THAI Contact Center at Tel. 66()2-356-1111, or travel specialists.

A unique phone number 66()2-356-1166 in Thailand and THAI Answering Services Company in Japan number 0570-064-015 happen to be allotted to serve THAI passengers holding Bangkok-Osaka tickets. THAI may also carefully monitor and measure the situation and normal flight operations is going to be started again when Kansai Worldwide Airport terminal is operational. Passengers are encouraged to check news and flight information THAI’s website or contact THAI Contact Center at Tel. 66()2-356-1111, 24 hrs each day.

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