Thai Airways has confirmed that it will increase the frequency of flights between Bangkok and Fukuoka, Japan, from seven to 10 flights per week beginning July 13. The increase in the frequency of flights shows ever-stronger regulations between Japan and Thailand.
Thai Airways operates the Fukuoka route with Airbus A330-300 aircraft, equipped with 36 seats in Royal Silk Class and 263 seats in Economy Class.
TG 648, a daily flight, is scheduled to depart from Bangkok at 00:50 and arrive in Fukuoka at 08:00. The return, TG 649, is timed to depart Fukuoka at 11:35 and arrive in Bangkok at 14.55.
On Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, TG 686 is scheduled to leave Bangkok at 09:50 and arrive in Fukuoka at 17:00. The return, TG 687, departs from Fukuoka at 18:20 and arrives back in Bangkok at 21:40.
To celebrate, Thai Airways has a promotional roundtrip fare from Bangkok-Fukuoka on flight TG686 and return on TG687 or TG649 that starts from 14,420 baht per person.
Originally published on www.japantoday.com