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Singapore Airlines To Resume Bangkok Flights

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Singapore Airlines (SIA) will resume flights to Bangkok from Friday following Thai anti- government demonstrators ended their eight-day siege of two airports in Bangkok a day early.

The first flight from the Thai capital’s Suvarnabhumi Airport will depart for Singapore at 1.05 p.m. local time (0605 GMT), SIA said in a statement.

Additional relief flights from U-Tapao airport in Pattaya will cease from Thursday night. The carrier said it is contacting customers who are booked to travel from U-Tapao on Thursday to inform them of the change.

SIA’s regional wing Silk air is also reducing its additional flights between Phuket and Singapore to one per day – on top of the daily schedule of at least four flights – as capacity increases from Bangkok and demand for its relief flights tapers off. These additional flights will continue until Sunday.

On Friday, SIA will operate three return flights between Singapore and Bangkok, plus one flight from Singapore to Bangkok then onto Tokyo Narita.

From Saturday onwards, a three-times-daily return flight will operate, in addition to a flight in each direction between Bangkok and Tokyo Narita.

SIA said it will monitor demand in coming days to determine whether the capacity is in line with demand, and may make further schedule adjustments.

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