THAI Airways International (THAI) is adding new services to Brussels, Copenhagen and Seoul, and will ramp up frequencies on existing routes for its upcoming winter programme.
Besides launching thrice-weekly Bangkok-Brussels flights on November 17 (TTG Asia e-Daily, June 28), THAI will start Phuket-Seoul (Incheon) and Bangkok-Copenhagen-Phuket flights - both thrice-weekly - on October 30 and November 11, respectively.
The flag carrier will also be converting its Bangkok-Phuket-Perth route to thrice-weekly Phuket-Perth, and its Bangkok-Narita-Phuket-Bangkok route to daily Bangkok-Narita.
Meanwhile, THAI is planning to boost frequencies on popular routes for the upcoming winter season, which starts on October 30.
Its five-weekly Bangkok-Oslo flights will be hiked to daily services, while Bangkok-Moscow and Bangkok-Perth will each be bumped up from three-weekly to four-weekly.
In Asia, Bangkok-Singapore will be boosted from 28 to 35 flights per week; Bangkok-Osaka from 14 to 17 flights a week; Bangkok-Chengdu from four-weekly to five-weekly; and Bangkok-Mumbai from five to six flights per week.
Bangkok-Nagoya, Bangkok-Xiamen and Bangkok-Beijing services will each be increased from three to four flights a week.