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THAI plans two special flights to Frankfurt next month

By The Nation

 

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Thai Airways will operate two special Bangkok-Frankfurt return flights in August to facilitate travel for passengers who wish to return to Germany and for those who want to come back to Thailand.

 

Chansin Treenuchagron, acting president of Thai Airways, said that the flights were aimed at German people who were stranded or anyone who would fly to Frankfurt before travelling to other cities.

 

TG922 will leave Bangkok for Frankfurt at 12.25am on August 10 and 21 and they will reach Germany at 7pm local time.

 

The flights will strictly follow preventive measures for Covid-19 and physical distancing will be applied in every process including cargo.

 

Thai people who are still stranded in Germany can also return by those flights by registering via the website of the Thai Embassy in Berlin.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30391959

 

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I just don't understand what is going on here. This complaining about "not enough flights to and from Thailand" by Thai administration and embassies.

Commercial flight are forbidden. Airlines are eager to fly, they just wait for the green light and some clear rules.

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Well to be honest, it looks like because of there announced closure until September they need to advertise these special repatriation flights if indeed that's what they truly are.  I would still be wary. For Thais in Germany they need to verify these flights are authorized for them thru the embassy.

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9 hours ago, kno77 said:

Shall I be honest. Thai airways is imo now run by a bunch of crooks. Trying to fool Thai people.

Don't forget the defamation laws here either.

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56 minutes ago, JusticeGB said:

If Thai Airways owes any money in Germany their planes stand a chance of being seized.

They don't.

 

So?

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