THAI adjusts flights to Denpasar due to airport closure and volcano ash


Bangkok, 06 August 2015 – Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) adjusted flights due to temporary closure of Denpasar airport as a result of volcano ash.


Due to the Raung volcano eruption in Indonesia, the Denpasar airport closed (from 1200 – 1800 local time) due to volcanic ash from Mount Raung, causing THAI flight TG431 from Bangkok to Denpasar on 6 August 2015 to return to Bangkok. Flight TG431 is now scheduled to operate as flight TG4319 on 7 August 2015, departing Bangkok at 10:00 hours and arriving Denpasar at 15:20 hours local time.


Flight TG432 from Denpasar to Bangkok on 6 August 2015 is now scheduled to operate as flight TG4329 on 7 August 2015, departing Denpasar at 16:20 hours and arriving Bangkok at 19:30 hours local time.


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In-flight Cuisine


In-flight Cuisine

In-flight dining and refreshment representing the peak of excellence is a major highlight of the THAI Royal First Class experience. Within the privileged seclusion of THAI Royal First Class cabins, the club-like ambiance is enhanced by the presentation of truly gastronomic dining opportunities. Meals are served, with timing adjusted to each passenger’s preference, by a dedicated staff renowned for their gracious hospitality, and in a style more suitable for a classic gourmet restaurant.

Royal First Class passengers are welcomed on board with a glass of Dom Perignon, Bollinger or an appropriate vintage Champagne, and the premium bar service includes aged whiskies, Napoleon brandies, a full range of ports and liqueurs, beers and soft drinks with, naturally, a selection of the finest vintage wines selected by a panel of experts.

The exquisite presentation of each meal reflects the skill and experience of THAI master chefs and the international tastes of their honoured guests. With choices for every course, dishes are presented, beautifully garnished, on fine porcelain, with the finest table linen and crystal glasses to enhance the enjoyment of connoisseur travellers. Meal plans are varied and innovative but, if they prefer, Royal First Class passengers may take advantage of the exclusive THAI advanced-order service to cater to their individual preferences.

Pre-order meal service

For Royal First Class passengers departing Bangkok, THAI has created a whole new dimension in gourmet choice, with an exclusive ‘Chef on call’ service. Through this service you can request special menus in advance on most long-haul flights. (Passengers departing from other destinations please contact local THAI offices for your local Royal First Class menu selection.)

With each dish prepared individually by a THAI award-winning master chef, this gastronomic selection presents the finest traditions of Thai, Oriental and classic Continental cuisine.


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