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THAI Airways Cancels Flights Due to COVID-19

Due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Thai Airways will cancel some flights to eight countries this and next months. The flight adjustments cover destinations in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, the Philippines, Bangladesh and the United Arabs Emirates.

Shanghai

Fight TG662 and TG663 will be cancelled from March 1-28.

Flight TG664 and TG665 will be cancelled most of March.

Guangzhou

Flight TG678 and TG679 will be cancelled from March 1-28.

Flight TG668 and TG669 will be cancelled most of March.

Xiamen

Flight TG610 and TG611 will be cancelled most of March.

Kunming

Flight TG612 and TG613 will be cancelled from March 1-28.

Chengdu

Flight TG618 and TG619 will be cancelled most of March.

Hong Kong

Flight TG602 and TG603 will be cancelled from March 2-29.

Flight TG606 and TG607 will be cancelled from March 1-28.

Taipei

Flight TG632 and TG633 will be cancelled on Feb 24 and most of March.

Nagoya

Flight TG646 will be cancelled six days in March and its return leg, TG647, will be cancelled the following days.

Fukuoka

Flight TG648 and TG649 will be cancelled six days in March.

Seoul

Flight TG688 will be cancelled on Feb 26, 28 and 29 and most of March.

Flight TG689 will be cancelled on Feb 27, 29 and most of March.

Busan

Flight TG 650 and 651 will be cancelled on Feb 26 and 27. In March, flights will be cancelled in six days.

Singapore

Flight TG401 will be cancelled from Feb 24-March 28 and TG402 from Feb 25-March 29.

TG 403 and TG404 will be cancelled from Feb 24-March 28.

TG407 and TG408 will be cancelled on Feb 21, 23, 24, 27 and 28 and most of March.

Manila

Flight TG620, TG621, TG624 and TG625 will be cancelled most of March.

Dhaka

Flight TG339 will be cancelled on Feb 25, 26, 28, 29 and most of March.

Flight TG 340 will be cancelled on Feb 26, 27, 29 and most of March.

Dubai

Flight TG517 and TG518 will be cancelled most of March.

Details of the flight adjusments in Thai are on the Thai Airways Facebook account.

Sources:
www.thaiairways.com
www.bangkokpost.com