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About Thai Airways

Thai Airways founded in year 1988, is the national flag carrier of Thailand. It is assumed to be one of the biggest airlines in the Asian continent. It was established in 1988 and headquartered at Chatuchak District of Bangkok .A large numbers of flights are operated from its main hub. The main hub of this airline is situated at Suvarnabhumi Airport.

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Thai Airways was formed in the year 1960 as a joint venture between Thailand's domestic carrier, Thai Airways Company (TAC) and Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS). It was only in 1988 when Thai Airways Company (TAC) merged with its international division and formed the present company - Thai Airways International. Thai Airways accompanied with Lufthansa, Air Canada, Scandinavian Airlines System and United Airlines, in the year 1997, established the world's first and the largest airlines partnership called 'Star Alliance' which has a strong and extensive network.

Thai Airways Flight Status

In keeping with their commitment to timeliness, Thai Airways informs its travellers regarding any cha...nges in flight timing via SMS to provide a seamless and pleasant experience to all their passengers. Travellers can also check the flight status of their Thai Airways flights on MakeMyTrip. Travelers can check their Thai Airways Airline flight schedule here. more
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Fleet

The fleet of Thai Airways is consisted of 99 aircrafts. Almost all aircrafts wider and wide bodied models. The aircrafts included in its fleet are Boeing 747-400 (6), Boeing 747-400 (12), Boeing 777-300 (6), Boeing 777-200 (8), Boeing 777-200ER (6), Boeing 777-300ER (3), Boeing 737-400 (9), Airbus 340-500 (4), Airbus 340-600 (6), Airbus 330-300 (12), Airbus 330-300 (8), Airbus 300-600 (10), Airbus 300-600 (2), Airbus 300-600 (5) and ATR-72 (2). The three Boeing aircrafts 737-400 has been leased out to Nok Air.