Thai Airways To Return To Brussels

Thai Airways is to make a return to Brussels later this year, after pulling out from the city more than a decade ago. The Bangkok-based airline has announced it will begin 3 times weekly nonstop flights connecting the Thai and Belgian capitals from 17 November 2011, growing its European network to 11 destinations across 10 countries.


Flight TG 934 will depart Bangkok at 0030 hrs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, arriving in Brussels at 0700 hrs. The return flight, TG 935, takes off from Brussels Airport at 1330 hrs to land back at Suvarnabhumi International Airport at 0620 hrs the next morning. Thai Airways will operate a 2-class Boeing 777-200ER aircraft, configured with 30 Royal Silk business and 262 Economy Class seats, on the route.


The airline’s return to Brussels bolsters the status of the city as a Star Alliance hub, with new connection opportunities with the grouping’s Europe-based carriers. The new flights will also provide improved links between Belgium and Southeast Asia through its extensive regional network, as well as an alternate route to and from Australia and New Zealand.


Formed in 1988, Thai Airways currently operates services between Bangkok and Athens, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, London, Moscow, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Stockholm and Zurich.


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