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operates normal flights to Fukuoka, Japan and waives fees for ticketing changes.


Due to the earthquake at Kyushu Island, Japan, causing destruction and difficulty for THAI passengers traveling to and from Fukuoka, THAI is waiving fees for ticket changes during this period. Fees are waived for passengers holding THAI tickets issued from Thailand before 15 April 2016 for the round trip route Bangkok-Fukuoka-Bangkok, including THAI domestic tickets that are part of the Bangkok-Fukuoka-Bangkok itinerary.


1. Fees are waived for passengers who have already used part of their tickets, but are not able to return on the pre-booked flight. Passengers may change the date of their return flight in the same class of service. However, the return date must be before the expiry date of the ticket.

2. Fees are waived for passengers holding the complete unused ticket itinerary with travel date booked within 30 April 2016. Passengers may change the travel date one (1) time for the same class of travel and follow the same conditions as specified on the tickets.

3. Passengers requiring route change may change to Tokyo, Osaka, or Nagoya with no fees applied. However, passengers must pay the difference in ticket fares and associated taxes.


For additional information or ticket change inquiry, passengers may contact THAI Contact Center at +66(0)2-356-1111 or THAI sales offices in Fukuoka, Japan at +81 (0) 570-064-015


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Flights from Delhi to Bangkok Must See




Bangkok is a beautiful amalgamation of modern times and the grandeur and glory of its illustrious past. And all of them have a story to tell. For instance, when you visit Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn), the towering spires and the ornately carved stupas tell you of a time when King Taksin envisioned the place. Visit the old city for a look at the Grand Palace, which undoubtedly is the most famous landmark of the city. When in the old city, do spend an evening at Khao San Road, home to sleek pubs cocktail bars and eclectic stalls. Wat Pho is another place to spend a few hours, when in the old city. Apart from the gigantic statue of the reclining Buddha, Wat Pho is also famous for traditional Thai massages. As a matter of fact, in Thailand, Wat Pho is considered the leading school of massage.


Also don’t forget to visit the Chatuchak Weekend Market, the sheer size and diverse collection of merchandise is enough to put you in awe. End your evenings with a stroll towards Chao Phraya River & Waterways, for which Bangkok is also known as the “Venice of the East”. Get on a boat and simple float down tree-lined canals, past floating wooden shops and the friendly locals. So many things to do in and visit in Bangkok, but if you are hard pressed for time, make sure you try to squeeze in the above places.



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