Starting this fall, Thai Airways will be resuming direct flights between Bangkok and Sendai, Japan in the fall.

The route – which was previously offered until April 2014 – will begin again starting October 27 on a thrice-weekly schedule departing from Bangkok-Survarnabhumi. Thai Airways will deploy its Boeing 777-200ER aircraft on the route with a total of 309 seats (30 Royal Silk Class and 279 Economy seats).

The outbound flight (TG626) will depart Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturdays just before midnight and arrive at Sendai the following morning. The return flight (TG627) will depart Sendai for Bangkok later in the morning for an afternoon arrival.

Sendai will be Thai Airways’ 6th destination in Japan, joining Fukuoka, Nagoya, Osaka, Sapporo, and Tokyo on its network. For the Tokyo area, Thai Airways offers flights to both Tokyo’s Haneda and Narita airports.


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