THAI resumes normal services to Japan

THAI Airways International (THAI) has reinstated its services to and from Japan to levels prior to the March earthquake and tsunami.

Pandit Chanapai, THAI executive vice president of commercial, said: “THAI has resumed all its regularly operated services on routes from Bangkok to five airports in Japan, back to the same level served prior to the Great East Japan Earthquake.”

He added: “Passenger traffic to and from Japan is regaining normal levels.”

Meanwhile, THAI will operate three additional flights per week on the Bangkok-Osaka (Kansai) route from November 16, utilising retrofitted Boeing 777-300 aircraft. With the introduction of these flights, THAI will operate a total of 17 weekly flights to Osaka (Kansai).

The carrier is also planning to adjust its winter programme for easier connections from Japan into Phuket.

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