Thai Airways Public Company Limited (THAI) is set to provide domestic flight services in Suvarnabhumi Airport from tomorrow (Sept 15) onwards. The airport’s facilities are also fully equipped.
The Permanent Secretary to the Transport Ministry, Mr. Wanchai Sarathulthat, has assured that all units in Suvarnabhumi are well-prepared.
Tomorrow, three roundtrip flights will be underway in Suvarnabhumi, and they include Bangkok-Phitsanulok, Bangkok-Ubon Ratchathani, and Bangkok-Chiang Mai. The first flight will be Bangkok-Phitsanulok, and it will commence at 6:30 hours tomorrow.
However, Mr. Wanchai said Thai Airways has prepared 737-400 aircrafts for those flights, and they will not affect the circulation of the flights, including the connecting flights. Passengers who would like to reserve their seats for tomorrow’s flights are being asked to reach Suvarnabhumi before the aircrafts will take off by at least one hour.