In the view of the Political Rallies from the 12th March 2010 onwards, Thai Airways International Public Company Limited has an Operational Plan prepared for the situation. Passengers are reminded to spare time to get to Bangkok Airport early.
Mr. Piyasvasti Amranand, THAI President, said that due to the political rallies starting from Friday 12 March 2010 onwards, for passengers' convenience and as there may be traffic congestions, THAI requests passengers traveling by THAI on domestic routes to arrive at Suvarnabhumi Airport three (3) hours prior to the flight time and those traveling on international routes to arrive at Suvarnabhumi Airport four (4) hours prior to the flight time.
THAI's Ticket Offices on Larn Luang and Silom Road will be closed on Saturday 13 March and Sunday 14 March 2010. Passengers may contact and purchase tickets at the THAI Headoffice on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road as following details:
Saturday 13 March 2010 Opening hour 08.00 – 17.00 hrs
Sunday 14 March 2010 Opening hour 09.00 – 13.00 hrs
Furthermore, THAI will temporarily close the THAI Contact Center at Larn Luang during the political rallies and will transfer THAI Contact Center staff to THAI Headoffice until the situation is back to normal. THAI apologizes for any inconveniences caused.
For more information on traveling information, flight schedule and reservation, please contact THAI Contact Center at Bangkok 0-2356-1111, 24 hours or at www.thaiairways.com or www.thaiairways.co.th.
For Australian travellers, THAI reservations 1300 651 960 or email@example.com. Australian online offices are closed Sat/Sun but staff are reviewing the Bangkok situation.
See www.thaiairways.com.au for updates and check DFAT's Smart Traveller site for traveller information : www.smartraveller.gov.au.
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