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THAI operates special flights to Copenhagen, Taipei in August

By The Nation

 

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Thai Airways International Pcl (THAI) will operate two roundtrip flights on the Bangkok-Taipei and Bangkok-Copenhagen routes in August.

 

Passengers who wish travel to these two destinations or to neighbouring countries and Thais stranded in Taiwan, Denmark, Scandinavian countries who wish to be repatriated can avail of the opportunity, Chansin Treenuchagron, acting THAI president, said.

 

Flight TG632 will depart from Bangkok at 8.25am and arrive in Taipei at 1.05pm (local time) on August 5 and 14.

 

Flight TG950 will depart from Bangkok at 6.50am and arrive in Copenhagen at 1.05pm (local time) on August 16 and 3pm.

 

THAI is partnering with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to operate the Taipei-Bangkok and Copenhagen-Bangkok special flights to fly Thais home. Covid-19 preventive measures and physical distancing will be applied in every aspect of service the airline said. In addition, cargo will be delivered on roundtrip flights. Passengers who wish to be repatriated may visit: http://www.tteo.org.tw/main/th/organize (Thailand Trade and Economic Office, Taipei) and http://thaiembassy.dk (the Royal Thai Embassy, Copenhagen).

 

Tickets on the Bangkok-Taipei and Bangkok-Copenhagen routes are sold as one-way tickets with limited seats available. Reservations can be made at https://www.thaiairways.com/th_TH/book/offers/special_ offers/bkk-tpe.page (Taipei flights), https://www.thaiairways.com/th_TH/book/offers/special_ offers/special_flights.page (Copenhagen flights) and through the THAI Contact Centre Tel 0-2356-1111, from 8am to 8pm.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/travel/30392310

 

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-- © Copyright The Nation Thailand 2020-08-03
 

 

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I thought that if a company is declared bankrupt then they can't continue trading. Right or wrong ?

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I imagine a lot of Thais travelling to Europe now would treat it with as much paranoia as going into an crocodile swamp

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6 hours ago, jaiyen said:

I thought that if a company is declared bankrupt then they can't continue trading. Right or wrong ?

Maybe correct, but THAI is not declared bankrupt. They are in Bankruptcy court, where there future is prepared for, whatever that will be.

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My TG flight to Copenhagen has been cancelled 4 times since March.

How come TG's call-center never gave this option?

 

I tried to call them, and was asked to call back later this week. I guess somebody is more important than others.

 

Or maybe they just want some extra cash in their empty coffers, and ignores us who already paid for a ticket.

 

TG never again.

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