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Thai Airways Provides additional Check-in Services

Thai Airways International provides additional check-in counters at the Airport Rail Link, Makkasan Station to facilitate passengers traveling to Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport during flooding situation.

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Thai Airways International provides additional check-in counters at the Airport Rail Link, Makkasan Station to facilitate passengers traveling to Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport during flooding situation.

Mr Danuj Bunnag, THAI’s Managing Director, Ground Services Business Unit said,

“Passengers may find it difficult to travel to Suvarnabhumi Airport due to floods in some areas of Bangkok. To help facilitate THAI’s passengers traveling on both domestic and international routes, THAI set up additional check-in counters at the Airport Rail Link, Makkasan Station.”

THAI’s passenger traveling to Suvarnabhumi Airport by Airport Rail Link may check-in their luggage and personal belongings at THAI’s check-in counters, located on 3rd floor, Airport Rail Link, Makkasan Station, starting October 28 from 07.00 hrs. until 21.00 hrs everyday.

The Airport Rail Link check-in service is open for all THAI’s flights departing Suvarnabhumi Airport between 10.00 – 01.20 hrs. Passengers must check-in by themselves three hours prior to flight departure and receive their boarding pass and luggage tags. This is with the exception of passengers traveling to the USA, on the route Bangkok – Los Angeles, who must check-in at Suvarnabhumi Airport only.THAI still operates normal flight at Suvarnabhumi Airport. Passengers may call THAI Contact Center for flight information and reservations at +66 0 2356 1111 24 hours or visit www.thaiairways.com.

via Around Thailand — Thai Airways Provides additional Check-in Services at Airport Rail Link, Makkasan Station to Help Passengers Travel.

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