Thai Airways and Thai Smile to cancel all flights to Europe and Asia Pacific

Thai Airways International announced on Tuesday that it would cancel temporarily flights to Europe and the Asia Pacific region due to lowered passenger demands and the threat of coronavirus.

TG flights to and from all Asia-Pacific regions between March 25 to May 31 have been canceled.

TG flights to and from Europe between April 1 to May 31 have also been canceled.

Passengers with bookings during the cancellation period will be allowed to rebook their flight. Passengers returning to Thailand will require a medical certificate designating that they are ‘fit to fly.’

All international Thai Smile flights have also been canceled.

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