Thai Airways goes double daily from Sydney to Bangkok

Thai Airways is set to enhance its service between Sydney and Bangkok by introducing a second daily flight, commencing from April 1. The new Airbus A350 will join the existing TG476, which resumed operations in November 2021.

The updated double-daily schedule for Sydney, effective April, is outlined as follows:

– TG476: Departs at 11 am and arrives at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport at 4:20 pm.
– TG472: Departs Sydney at 9:20 pm and lands at 9:10 pm.

This increased frequency provides travelers with more options, offering seamless connections to various European and Japanese destinations, including Tokyo, Copenhagen, Paris, and London, upon arrival in Bangkok.

For the return journey from Bangkok:

– TG475: Takes off from Suvarnabhumi at 8:30 am and lands in Sydney at 9:30 am.
– TG471: Takes off at 10:20 pm and arrives at 11:20 am the following day.

The A350 aircraft features 32 Royal Silk Business Class seats, each equipped with a full-flat bed and direct aisle access in a 1-2-1 configuration. With a generous 40kg luggage allowance, passengers have ample space for souvenirs and personal items.

The cabin is decorated with purple fabric and wooden accents.The cabin is decorated with purple fabric and wooden accents.

Thai Airways is set to introduce a second daily flight between Sydney and Bangkok, deploying the Airbus A350 on the route from April 1. Despite recently receiving an Airbus A350 with a 2-2-2 seat layout, the airline’s website indicates a 1-2-1 configuration for the Sydney flights.

Additionally, as part of the Star Alliance, Thai Airways resumes operations on the east coast with a much-anticipated return to Perth on March 31, featuring a seven-hour journey operated by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

Business class passengers flying with Thai Airways to Perth enjoy lounge access at the Star Alliance member Air New Zealand lounge (Star Alliance Gold members can also use the Singapore Airlines SilverKris Lounge). Meanwhile, in Bangkok, the flagship Royal Orchid Prestige Lounge awaits passengers.

For those not traveling in business class, Star Alliance Gold members have access to Thai Airways’ lounge in Bangkok. If you haven’t added that coveted shiny card to your digital wallet yet, consider the Fast Track to Gold Status, offering not only lounge access but also VIP security access, priority boarding, and various other perks.

The expanded schedule provides travelers with increased flexibility, and Thai Airways’ use of the advanced Airbus A350 promises a comfortable and premium travel experience. The A350 features 32 Royal Silk Business Class seats, each equipped with a full-flat bed and direct aisle access in a 1-2-1 configuration, ensuring an elevated journey for passengers.

Arrivals in Bangkok open up excellent connectivity options for travelers heading to European and Japanese destinations, including Tokyo, Copenhagen, Paris, and London. The convenient flight times cater to both business and leisure travelers, allowing seamless connections to various destinations.

On the return leg from Bangkok to Sydney, Thai Airways continues to offer an exceptional travel experience. The airline’s commitment to a generous 40kg luggage allowance ensures that passengers have ample space for their belongings, making it convenient for those looking to bring back souvenirs or indulge in some duty-free shopping.

Star Alliance Gold members are in for a treat, with exclusive lounge access both in Sydney and Bangkok. The airline’s lounges provide a serene and comfortable environment for passengers to relax, unwind, and enjoy premium amenities before their flights.

As Thai Airways resumes its services and introduces additional flights, it not only caters to the growing demand for travel but also enhances the overall travel experience for passengers flying between Sydney, Bangkok, and Perth. Whether you’re a business traveler looking for convenience or a leisure traveler seeking a touch of luxury, Thai Airways continues to set the stage for a delightful journey in the skies.

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