While most of its operations remain grounded as it goes through its bankruptcy proceedings, Thai Airways announced it will operate more special flights through the end of the year.

According to an update on the Thai Airways website, the airline will be operating its schedule of special repatriation flights to select destinations in Europe and Asia during November and December.

The destinations listed include the following:

EUROPE: Copenhagen, Frankfurt, London-Heathrow, Stockholm, Paris-Charles de Gaulle

ASIA: Tokyo-Narita, Taipei-Taoyuan, Hong Kong

For its European flights, the airline will operate once-weekly flights to Copenhagen (every Sunday), Frankfurt (Friday), and London (Sunday). Services to Paris and Stockholm will operate on select days ending on December 26.

Within Asia, Thai Airways will operate its special flights to Tokyo twice-weekly (Wednesday/Saturday) and Hong Kong (Wednesday). Flights to Taipei will operate on select days during November/December with the last departure on December 23.

The rest of Thai Airway's international flight suspensions was recently extended through the end of the year.

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