Thai Airways resumes Dhaka-Bangkok flights
Thai Airways today resumed flight operations on Bangkok-Dhaka route following the easing of restrictions by the Thai government on passenger transport from Bangladesh.
The airline operated Bangkok-Dhaka flights TG321 arriving at 12:30pm (local time) today, while Dhaka-Bangkok flight TG322 departed at 1:40pm with convenient connections to different destinations like Bangkok, Sydney, Seoul, Chicago, Tokyo, Haneda, and Narita, Manila, Abu Dhabi and many more, the airlines said in a press release.
Thai Airways has deployed the wide body aircraft Airbus A350-900 with a capacity of 32 business class and 288 economy seats. Based on the demand of passengers, it intends to add more flights in the coming months.
Passenger transport to Thailand had been suspended since late March 2020, due to the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, and the Thai government lifted entry restrictions for nationals from Bangladesh and other countries in recent months.
Thai Airways management has awarded their passenger General Sales Agency to Air Galaxy Ltd who has set up a new Thai Airways dedicated Sales and Ticketing office at 25 Gulshan Avenue (first floor) with branches in Chattogram and Sylhet.
Thai Airways has been operating flights to Bangladesh for more than 50 years, providing air connectivity with many South East and Far Eastern countries.