According to the current pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong, We would like to inform that during the period of political protest on 29 September 2014, THAI’s Hong Kong town office (ticketing and reservation) at United Centre Building will be closed at 16.00 hrs. (local time) for safety reasons. Airport office is operating as normal.
Also, please be informed that THAI’s Hong Kong town office (Ticketing, Reservations & Royal Orchid Plus) at United Centre is temporarily closed until 06OCT14.
However, THAI’s Airport Office and all flights to/from Hong Kong will be operated as normal.

Limited service will be provided during 09:00-17:30 on 30SEP14 & 03OCT14, and 09:00-13:00 on 04OCT14.
Reservations hotline: +852 2769-7421
Ticketing hotline: +852 2182-0710

For flight status update, passengers are advised to contact THAI Contact Centre at +662-356-1111 and THAI Airport Office at +852-2769-7421 during 09.00-22.00 hrs. (local time)
For more information :  www.thaiairways.com, www.thaiairways.com.hk
We apologize for any inconvenience casued.


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General Information

Pre-travel medical examinations

 

 

It is recommended that international passengers seek a pre-travel medical examination and advice on vaccinations, safety precautions and information on the current situation at the destination, before and for the duration of the trip.

 


 

Whilst traveling

 

 

Air travel may have physical or psychological effects: stress, abdominal distension, ear pain, sinus congestion, leg swelling, body ache, airsickness, jet lag and, in rare cases, deep vein thrombosis.

 

Some recommendations to keep in good form during your flight:
• Avoid heavy meals before and during flight
• Breath deeply, be relaxed, as stress increases gastric acidity and abdominal discomfort
• Keep hydrated by drinking water or fruit juice throughout the flight; avoid alcohol and caffeinated drinks because of their diuretic effect
• Use moisturizer to prevent skin dryness
• Wear loose fitting cloths, take off shoes and move around in the cabin
• Stretch and move your body as recommended for in-flight exercises
• Consult your doctor for appropriate treatment to prevent airsickness; keep eyes fixed on a non-moving object during turbulence
• For personnel hygiene, wash hands regularly

 

Well controlled, diabetics can travel by adjusting their treatment and meal times to specific time zones. Patients with insulin should inform the airline before departure and carry with them a medical certificate (in English) for bringing syringes and needles on board.

 


Some health hazards from pressure changes during flight : 


• Otitis and sinusitis

Passengers with nasal allergies or chronic sinusitis are more prone to have ear and sinus problems because of low humidity in the cabin, changes in cabin pressure during ascent and descent aggravated nasal congestion. Especially during descent, the Eustachian tube tends to collapse in the middle ear, resulting in the characteristic “pop” sensation, difficulty hearing and pain. To avoid ear blockage :

o Keep hydrated by drinking throughout the flight
o Use nasal decongestant spray, normal saline spray or other decongestants 30 minutes before departure to prevent nasal swelling
o To prevent blockage, practice frequent swallowing, chewing or gentle Vasalva maneuver (holding nose and generating pressure with closed mouth until ears pop)


• Jet lag

 

Trans-meridian flights through multiple time zones on long-haul routes can cause sleeping difficulties stemming from biological clock and circadian rhythm disorder. The main symptoms are sleeping difficulty, tiredness, dizziness, constipation and a decrease in mental and/or physical performance. Elderly passengers, passengers traveling on night flights and eastward tend to be more sensitive to jet lag. To re-synchronize the internal biological clock more easily, some tricks can be used:

 

o Avoid drinking alcohol and caffeinated drinks

o Melatonin or short action hypnotics can be used (melatonin is contra-indicated in children, people taking warfarin or those who have epilepsy)
o Going to bed one hour earlier and awakening one hour earlier three days before traveling eastward and later if traveling westward
o Natural light exposure during day at the new destination will help resynchronization


• Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)

 

So-called “economy class syndrome” is a condition in which the thrombus develops in deep veins due to long distance flights, variation of cabin atmosphere (decrease in humidity and hypoxia, for example), immobility and dehydration. A dangerous consequence is that DVT can result in a pulmonary embolism. Symptoms of DVT can come late, after flights, indicated by aching or soreness in the calf, swelling in the calf or ankles, slight fever or feeling unwell.

 

People with the following risk factors should be aware of DVT :

 

o People over 40 
o Past history of venous thrombosis
o Recent surgery especially abdominal, pelvic or leg surgery 
o Prolonged immobilization
o Coagulation problems or increased blood viscosity
o Pregnancy or recent delivery
o Cancer
o Cardiovascular diseases
o Estrogen hormone therapy or oral contraception
o Cigarettes smokers
o Varicose veins
o Obesity

 

Safety precaution to avoid DVT :

 

o Wear loose fitting and comfortable clothing
o Wear graduated compression stockings
o Keep hydrated by drinking lots of water throughout the flight
o Leave the underside of the seat in front of you free to be able to move the legs
o Walk often in the cabin
o Exercise as recommended in the aircraft
o High risk passengers should consult their doctor before travelling for prevention (such as with low molecular weight heparin or aspirin)

 

On board Medical Assistance

 

TG like every airline has some capability to render medical care inflight. Cabin crews are well and regularly trained for first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and they also may ask for assistance from an on-board medical doctor. Medical equipment available includes:

 

• First- aid kits (to used by cabin crew)
• Medical kits (one white and one black) are available for on-board medical doctors or with use of defibrillator
• Automatic external defibrillator (AED)
• Wheelchair (for long distance flight)

 


All passengers are requested to follow these security measures

 


Privacy Protection

 

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires you to provide your full name, date of birth, and gender for the purpose of watch list screening, under the authority of 49 U.S.C. section 114, the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 and 49 C.F.R parts 1540 and 1560. You may also provide your Redress Number, if available. Failure to provide your full name, date of birth, and gender may result in denial of transport or denial of authority to enter the boarding area. TSA may share information you provide with law enforcement or intelligence agencies or others under its published system of records notice. For more on TSA privacy policies, or to review the system of records notice and the privacy impact assessment, please see the TSA Web site at www.tsa.gov.

 

Airlines are now collecting additional passenger information as the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) implements Secure Flight, a program developed to allow for uniform watch list matching by TSA to identify known and suspected terrorists.

 

How will Secure Flight affect me?


Passengers must provide the following information to the airlines in order to allow TSA to conduct watch list matching:
• Full name*
• Date of birth
• Gender
• Redress Number (if available)**

Providing the data elements allows Secure Flight to more effectively perform watch list matching, resulting in a better travel experience for passengers.


What are the benefits of Secure Flight?

 

• Unified process enhances security
• Fewer misidentified passengers
• More efficient redress process**

*  As it appears on passenger’s government-issued ID.
**Those who encounter misidentification are invited to apply for Redress at www.dhs.gov/trip to help prevent watch list matching misidentifications in the future.

 

For more information visit http://www.tsa.gov/SecureFlight

 





 

 

 

Some nations require passenger airplanes arriving from other countries to be sprayed with insecticide in order to protect plants, animals and people.

These countries require the spraying of insecticide while passengers are on board: 
Grenada, India, Kiribati, Madagascar, Trinidad and Tobago, and Uruguay

These countries allow planes to be treated while they are empty; the pesticides used are designed to be effective for up to two months. 
Australia, Barbados, Fiji, Jamaica, New Zealand and Panama 

These countries require spraying of planes from particular regions where there are contagious or infectious diseases. 
Czech Republic, Indonesia, South Africa, Switzerland and the United Kingdom

 

Baggage Policy


Baggage Policy (General Service) for Thai Airways International Public Company Ltd.


General Information

Baggage Allowance determination and excess baggage charges calculation apply to baggage to be through checked from the point of departure to the point of arrival without stopover at any of the intermediate points. If passenger takes a stopover at an intermediate point, a new assessment of baggage allowance and baggage charges, if applicable, will be measured from the point of departure following the stopover.


Application to Thai Airways International Public Company Ltd.


Passengers may carry free of charge baggage as specified and subject to the conditions and limitations in THAI Regulations.

The weight allowance has been introduced by THAI for a journey:

- Wholly within Thailand Domestic sectors,

- A journey within TC3 (Asia, Australia, New Zealand) and a journey between TC2 (Europe, Africa, Middle East) and TC3 (Asia, Australia, New Zealand)

The Piece Concept used to apply for a journey :

- To/From the USA and Canada.

If you are traveling on THAI flights for your entire journey, details of the free baggage allowance of each of the above mentioned are published below:

• Checked Baggage Policy by Weight Concept applicable to Purely Domestic Sectors

Categories

Maximum Combined Weight of All Pieces

Royal Silk Class

30 kg (66 pounds)

Economy Class

20 kg (44 pounds)

Infant not occupying a seat

10 kg (22 pounds)

ROP & Star Alliance Gold Members Extra

20 kg (44 pounds)

ROP Silver Member
(On TG sectors only) Extra

10 kg (22 pounds)

Important Notice
If your journey involves multiple airline partners, please be aware that baggage rules may vary.  In case of code-share flights the carrier performing as the operating carrier determines the baggage rule. In some cases, the baggage rules that apply for your journey may be those of our partner airlines, please contact your travel agent or our ticketing/reservation agent for further advice.

Excess Baggage Charges applicable to Purely Domestic Sectors
All excess baggage must be assessed and charged before the passenger boards the aircraft.
Baggage checked in addition to the traveler's baggage allowance. Checked baggage allowance may vary depending on cabin, status level, military status, itinerary and date of purchase.

Baggage carried in excess of the free baggage allowance is charged as follows, irrespective of the class paid for and used by the passenger.
Excess Baggage Charge rate, applicable to a checked portion of travel on purely THAI Domestic sectors, are in Weight Concept on a fixed rate listed below.

THB Per Kilogram (Between……and……)

Chiang Mai

Chiang Rai

Hat Yai

Khon Kaen

Krabi

Koh Samui

Bangkok

60

70

80

55

70

95

Phuket

Surat Thani

Ubon Ratchathani

Udon Thani

-

-

70

65

60

55

-

-

Chiang Mai

Phuket

-

-

-

-

-

125

-

-

-

-

-

Note :
1.    The above "Domestic Excess Baggage Charge Table" is effective for a checked portion of travel On/After 23JUL12 until
       further notice. 
2.    Excess Baggage Charge rate is per kilogram in THB (Thai Baht).
3.    The Excess Baggage Charge per kilogram for any additional THAI Domestic services is 1.5 percent of the highest normal direct
       one way economy class fare.
4.    Child and infant discounted rates are not applicable.
5.    For International Excess Baggage Charge rates are separately shown in USD (US Dollars).
6.    If baggage is through check from TG Domestic connecting to TG International sectors, the Excess Baggage through check
       portion of travel is applied by zoning basis.
7.    TG Domestic Sectors in Thailand is located by Zone 1. (Please refer Zoning Definitions for International Excess Baggage
       Charge Table.)
8.    The condition on the 5th note, Currency Conversion: Excess baggage Charges published in USD only will be converted to 
       the Local Currency by using the Banker's Selling Rate on the date of baggage charged.

• Checked Baggage Policy by Weight Concept applicable to International Sectors within TC3, between TC2 and TC3

 

Categories

Maximum Combined Weight of All Pieces

Royal First Class

40 kg (88 pounds)

Royal Silk Class

30 kg (66 pounds)

Premium Economy Class

30 kg (66 pounds)

Economy Class

20 kg (44 pounds)

Infant not occupying a seat

10 kg (22 pounds)

ROP & Star Alliance Gold Members Extra

20 kg (44 pounds)

ROP Silver Member
(On TG sectors only) Extra

10 kg (22 pounds)

 

  • Note :
  • 1. When a passenger is involuntarily rerouted to a lower class of service, the higher class baggage allowance shall be applied even though the refund for the fare difference is made.

    2. The exemption from extra baggage shall be applied to any passengers who traveling on the conditions agreed by THAI and Government sector.

    The exemption shall be applied according to the condition on the passenger's ticket only. By government order or agreement, certain passenger categories may have a free baggage allowance deviating from the regular system. Such amended free baggage allowance is stated in the passenger's ticket.
    3. The condition on the 2nd note is applicable to passengers traveling from Thailand only. For other areas/countries, follow the rules applied by the national carriers concerned.
    4. In case of travel on combined services for through journeys where the passenger travels partly on F-class and partly on C-, U-, or Y-class, the free baggage allowance applicable on each sector of the trip shall be that applicable to the class of service for which the fare is paid.
    In case the passenger who has paid F-class fare travels on C-, U- or Y-class, the free baggage allowance shall be that applicable to F-class.
    5. Foldable stroller can be loaded in compartment without additional charge.
  • Important Notice

  • If your journey involves multiple airline partners, please be aware that baggage rules may vary. In case of code-share flights the carrier performing as the operating carrier determines the baggage rule. In some cases, the baggage rules that apply for your journey may be those of our partner airlines, please contact your travel agent or our ticketing/reservation agent for further advice.

  • Excess Baggage Charges (Within TC3, Between TC2 and TC3)

  • All excess baggage must be assessed and charged before the passenger boards the aircraft.
    Baggage checked in addition to the traveler's baggage allowance. Checked baggage allowance may vary depending on cabin, status level, military status, itinerary and date of purchase.
    Baggage carried in excess of the free baggage allowance is charged as follows, irrespective of the class paid for and used by the passenger.
    Excess Baggage Charge rate for a check portion of travel within TC3, Between TC2 and TC3 in Weight Concept on a zone basis listed below.
  • USD Per Kilogram

    To Zone 1

    To Zone 2

    To Zone 3

    To Zone 4

    To Zone 5

    To Zone 6

    From Zone 1

    7

    10

    25

    30

    55

    -

    From Zone 2

    10

    25

    30

    35

    55

    -

    From Zone 3

    25

    30

    35

    40

    55

    -

    From Zone 4

    30

    35

    40

    55

    55

    -

    From Zone 5

    55

    55

    55

    55

    55

    -

    From Zone 6

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

  • Note :

  • 1.    The above "Excess Baggage Charge (Within TC3, Between TC2 and TC3) Table" is effective for a checked portion On/After 23JUL12 until
  •        further notice.
    2.    Excess Baggage Charge rate is per kilogram from Zone 1- Zone 5.
    3.    Child and infant discounted rates are not applicable.
    4.    Excess Baggage Charge rate to/from Zone 6 : USA/Canada is based on Piece Concept.(For more details, please refer to the "Excess
  •        Baggage Charges (To/From USA/Canada)
    5.    If baggage is through check from TG Domestic connecting to TG International sectors, the Excess Baggage through check portion of travel
  •        is applied by zoning basis. TG Domestic Sectors in Thailand is located by Zone 1. (Please refer Zoning Definitions for International Excess 
  •        Baggage Charge Table.)
    6.    Currency Conversion: Excess baggage charges published in USD only will be converted to the Local Currency by using the Banker's Selling
  •        Rate on the date of baggage charged.
    7.    Zoning Definitions :
  • Zoning

    Definitions

    Zone 1

    Bangladesh, Cambodia, China(KMG), Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand and TG Domestic Sectors in Thailand, Vietnam, Between HKG and TPE, Between TPE and SEL, Between KHI and MCT, Between HKT and SIN, Between HKT and KUL

    Zone 2

    China(BJS, SHA, CTU, CAN, XMN,CKG,CSX), Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Macau, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Between HKG and SEL, Between HKT and HKG, Between HKT and DEL, Between HKT and BOM

    Zone 3

    Australia(PER), Japan, Korea, Oman, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Between HKT and SEL, Between HKT and PER, Between HKT and TPE

    Zone 4

    Australia(SYD, BNE, MEL), Russia(MOW)

    Zone 5

    Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Between STO and HKT, Between CPH and HKT

    Zone 6

    United States of America, Canada

    • Checked Baggage Policy by Piece Concept applicable to an International Sectors to/from USA/Canada

    Destination

    Class

    Maximum weight / baggage (to avoid overweight baggage charge)

    Maximum checked bags

    Maximum dimension
    in total per bag

    (to avoid oversize baggage charge)

    To/from USA and Canada

    First (Royal First)

    32 kg (70 lbs)

    2

    158 cm (62 inches)

    Business
    (Royal Silk)

    32 kg (70 lbs)

    2

    158 cm (62 inches)

    Economy

    23 kg (50 lbs)

    2

    158 cm (62 inches)

    Infant not occupying seat

    23 kg (50 lbs)

    1

    115 cm (45 inches)

  • •    Royal First Class and Royal Silk Class passengers receive a free baggage allowance of two pieces. The weight of each piece shall not exceed 32 kgs (70 lbs) and linear measurement (length + width + height) shall not exceed 158 cms (62 inches).
    •    Passengers traveling on economy class are given a free baggage allowance of two pieces. The weight of each item shall not exceed 23 kgs (50 lbs) and linear measurement of each piece shall not exceed 158 linear cms (62 inches).
    •    Royal Orchid Plus (ROP) Gold Card members will enjoy the privilege of one extra baggage on top of the regular allowance in any class of travel. The applicable privilege will be utilized along with the frequent flyer status to only those tickets that are wholly online or involved interline transportation with other carriers who agreed to the applicable of the bonus.
    •    Special baggage rate shall be applied for unusual size and weight. Please contact the local THAIoffice. For the Excess Baggage Charge rate, please refer "Baggage and Optional Fees for Thai Airways International Public Company Ltd. for travel to/from the USA and Canada"
    Important Notice
  • If your journey involves multiple airline partners, please be aware that baggage rules may vary. In case of code-share flights that include a point in the United States/US Territories, the carrier performing as the marketing carrier determines the baggage rule. In some cases, the baggage rules that apply for your journey may be those of our partner airlines, please contact your travel agent or our ticketing/reservation agent for further advice.
  • Carry-on Items

  • In addition to the checked baggage allowance, each passenger is allowed to hand carry one baggage at maximum length 56 cm (22 inches), width 45 cm (18 inches), thickness 25 cm (10 inches). These dimensions include wheels, handles, and side pockets.
    Total weight of the carry-on baggage must not exceed seven kg (15 lb).
    Passengers are required to place the baggage in the overhead compartment or under their own seat.

    Passengers can bring the following items free of charge :

    • Handbag/wallet/purse with the maximum length 37.5 cm (15 inches), width 25 cm (10 inches), depth 12.5 cm (5 inches), or the total of three dimensions do not exceed 75 cm (30 inches) with the total weight not exceeding 1.5kgs(3.3lb). Notebooks, or portable personal computers are also applied with this condition.

    • Walking sticks (crutches) used by elderly passengers, sick passengers, and handicapped passengers

    • Camera or small binoculars

    • Infant food

    Note

    Spot check may be performed against the test unit and/or weighing machine at the check-in counter and/or at the boarding gate to ensure compliance to these regulations.

    Special Baggage Determination on Excess Baggage Charges in either Weight (within TC3, between TC2 and TC3) or Piece Concept (to/from USA/Canada) for tickets issued worldwide before 16Dec2013
  • Category

    Include in allowance

    Charge

    Remark

    Bike

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Excess baggage charge Weight / Piece Concept

    Allow 1 bike per passenger to be included in the allowance.

    Bowling

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Excess baggage charge Weight / Piece Concept

     

    Fishing

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Excess baggage charge Weight / Piece Concept

     

    Golfing

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Excess baggage charge Weight / Piece Concept.
       •    Weight Concept: charges 6 kg per set.
       •    Piece Concept: charges 50% per set.   

    Allow 1 golf set per passenger to be included in the allowance.

    Snow/Water Skiing

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Excess baggage charge Weight / Piece Concept

     

    Surfboard/Windsurf

    No

    Note: Exception please see remark

    Apply Excess baggage charge Weight /Piece Concept.
    •    Weight Concept: A board not exceeding 109 inches (277 cm) charge 5kg. If exceeding 109 inches (277cm) charge 8 kg.
    •    Piece Concept: A board not exceeding 109 inches (277cm) charge 50% of the unit rate. If exceeding 109 inches (277cm ) charge 1 unit rate (USD 119)


    If travel to / from Australia / New Zealand, the surfboard / windsurf is able to include in the baggage allowance.

    Scuba Diving

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Excess baggage charge Weight /Piece Concept

     

    AVIH

    No

    Apply actual weight of the pet and container for Weight Concept.
    Collect 2 units of the excess baggage rate for Piece Concept.(USD119 x 2 = USD238)

     

    Other Bulky item not exceeding 32 kg and dimension not exceeding 158cm.

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Excess baggage charge Weight /Piece Concept

     

    Sporting Firearms

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Excess baggage charge Weight /Piece Concept

     

    One portable musical instrument

    Yes

    Note : If the item not exceeding 100cm (39 inches) in length

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Excess baggage charge Weight /Piece Concept

     

    Other Sport Equipment

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Excess baggage charge Weight /Piece Concept

     

    Excess Baggage Charge Rates of:

       •    Weight Concept, please refer to Excess Baggage Charges (Within TC3, Between TC2 and TC3)
       •    Piece Concept, please refer to Excess Baggage Charges (To/From USA/Canada)
  • Sport/Special Baggage Determination on Special Unit price (Flat Rates) either Weight (within TC3, between TC2 and TC3) or Piece Concept (to/from USA/Canada) for tickets issued on/after 16Dec2013
  • Category

    Include in allowance

    Charge

    Remark

    Bike

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Special Unit price (Flat Rates).

    Allow 1 bike per passenger to be included in the allowance.

    Bowling

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Special Unit price (Flat Rates).

     

    Fishing Equipment

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Special Unit price (Flat Rates).

     

    Golfing

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Special Unit price (Flat Rates).  

    Allow 1 golf set per passenger to be included in the allowance.

    Snow/Water Skiing

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Special Unit price (Flat Rates).

     

    Surfboard/Windsurf

    No

    Note: Exception please see remark

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Special Unit price (Flat Rates).

    If travel to / from Australia / New Zealand, the surfboard is able to include in the baggage allowance If it exceeds the allowance apply Special Unit price (Flat Rates).

    Scuba Diving

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Special Unit price (Flat Rates).

     

    AVIH

    No

    Collect charges in Special Unit price (Flat Rates).

    Only Dog or Cat to be accepted to some destinations due to regulations of each countries. Not applicable for TG2000-2999 (Thai Smile)

    Other Bulky item not exceeding 32 kg and dimension not exceeding 158cm.

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Special Unit price (Flat Rates).

     

    Sporting Firearms

    Yes

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Special Unit price (Flat Rates).

     

    One portable musical instrument

    Yes

    Note : If the item not exceeding 100cm (39 inches) in length

    If it exceeds the allowance apply Special Unit price (Flat Rates).

     

    Special Unit Price (Flat Rate) Charge of:

       •    Weight Concept, please refer to *Excess Charges for Special Baggage within TC3, Between TC2 and TC3 (for tickets issued worldwide on/after 16Dec2013)
       •    Piece Concept, please refer to *Excess Baggage for Special Baggage to/From USA/Canada (for tickets issued worldwide on/after 16Dec2013)
    *Excess Charges for Special Baggage (for tickets issued worldwide on/after 16DEC13)
  • A : On TG Operating flights only including TG2000-2999 and TG connecting with TG Flights only
    B : On TG Connecting with Other Carriers

    Baggage and Optional Fees for Thai Airways International Public Company Ltd. for travel to/from the USA and Canada
  • Baggage Allowance

  • Passengers may carry free of charge baggage as specified and subject to the conditions and limitations in THAI Regulations.

    The weight allowance has been introduced by THAI for a journey wholly within TC3 (Asia, Australia, New Zealand) and a journey between TC2 (Europe, Africa, Middle East) and TC3 (Asia, Australia, New Zealand) where the Piece Concept used to apply for a journey to/from the USA and Canada. 
    For travel to and from the United States Thai Airways provides passengers with a free baggage allowance for adults and infant according to the chart below.

    Destination

    Class

    Maximum weight / baggage (to avoid overweight baggage charge)

    Maximum checked bags

    Maximum dimension
    in total per bag (to avoid oversize baggage charge)

    To/from USA and Canada

    First (Royal First)

    32 kg (70 lbs)

    2

    158 cm (62 inches)

    Business (Royal Silk)

    32 kg (70 lbs)

    2

    158 cm (62 inches)

    Economy

    23 kg (50 lbs)

    2

    158 cm (62 inches)

    Infant not occupying seat

    23 kg (50 lbs)

    1

    115 cm (45 inches)

    ·         Royal First Class and Royal Silk Class passengers receive a free baggage allowance of two pieces. The weight of each piece shall not exceed 32 kgs (70 lbs) and linear measurement (length + width + height) shall not exceed 158 cms (62 inches).

    ·         Passengers traveling on economy class are given a free baggage allowance of two pieces. The weight of each item shall not exceed 23 kgs (50 lbs) and linear measurement of each piece shall not exceed 158 linear cms (62 inches).

    ·         Royal Orchid Plus (ROP) Gold Card members will enjoy the privilege of one extra baggage on top of the regular allowance in any class of travel. The applicable privilege will be utilized along with the frequent flyer status to only those tickets that are wholly online or involved interline transportation with other carriers who agreed to the applicable of the bonus.

    ·         Special baggage rate shall be applied for unusual size and weight. Please contact the local THAI office. For the Excess Baggage Charge rate, please refer "Baggage and Optional Fees for Thai Airways International Public Company Ltd. for travel to/from the USA and Canada"

    Carry-on baggage

    Thai Airways International Public Company Ltd. will permit one carry- on bag plus one small personal item per customer to be carried on the aircraft at no charge. The maximum combined linear measurement (length x width x thickness) of the carry-on bag must not exceed 22 inches x 18 inches x 10 inches (56 x 45 x 25 cm). The maximum weight of the carry-on bag is 15 pounds (seven kg). For more information on allowable carry-on baggage please refer to Baggage Policy (General Service - Carry on Items)

    Excess Baggage Charges (To/From USA/Canada)

    All excess baggage must be assessed and charged before the passenger boards the aircraft.
    Baggage checked in addition to the traveler's baggage allowance. Checked baggage allowance may vary depending on cabin, status level, military status, itinerary and date of purchase.
    Baggage carried in excess of the free baggage allowance is charged as follows, irrespective of the class paid for and used by the passenger.
    Excess Baggage Charge rate for a checked portion of travel to/from USA/Canada in Piece Concept on a zone basis listed below.

     

    USD Per Piece

    To Zone 1

    To Zone 2

    To Zone 3

    To Zone 4

    To Zone 5

    To Zone 6

    From Zone 1

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    119

    From Zone 2

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    119

    From Zone 3

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    119

    From Zone 4

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    119

    From Zone 5

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    119

    From Zone 6

    119

    119

    119

    119

    119

    119

    Calculation details:

    Routing

    Each excess baggage charge

    Oversized Baggage: each bag (Piece) exceeding the dimension of 62 inches (158cm) but not exceeding 80 inches (203 cm)

     

    Twice the applicable excess baggage charge shall apply to
    the excess number plus oversized:

    1. Each bag (Piece) exceeding 2 checked bags (Piece) and

    2. Exceeding the dimension of 62 inches (158 cm), but not exceeding 80 inches (203 cm)

    Oversized/Overweight baggage. Such bag (Piece) shall be weighed and shall be charged at 3 times the applicable excess baggage charges for the first 45 kg of fraction thereof for each additional 10 kg. Of the fraction thereof, 1 (One) additional excess baggage charge shall be applied.

    To/From USA and Canada

    USD119

    USD119 (Note8)

    USD238 (Note9)

    USD119 X 3  (Note10)

    Note:

    1.     The above Excess Baggage Charge (From/To USA/Canada) Table is effective for a checked portion on/after 23JUL12 until further notice.

    2.     Excess baggage charges published in USD will be converted to the local currency by using the Banker's Selling Rate on the date of baggage charged.

    3.     If baggage is through check from TG Domestic connecting to TG International sectors, the Excess Baggage through check portion of travel is applied by zoning basis. TG Domestic Sectors in Thailand is located by Zone 1. (Please refer Zoning Definitions for International Excess Baggage Charge Table.)

    4.     Child and infant discounted rates are not applicable.

    5.     The above table of excess baggage charge will be used on TG flights only.

    6.     Baggage carried in excess of the free baggage allowance as specified is charged irrespective of the class paid for and used by passenger.

    7.     Zoning Definitions :

    Zoning

    Definitions

    Zone 1

    Bangladesh, Cambodia, China(KMG), Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand and TG Domestic Sectors in Thailand, Vietnam, Between HKG and TPE, Between TPE and SEL, Between KHI and MCT, Between HKT and SIN, Between HKT and KUL

    Zone 2

    China(BJS, SHA, CTU, CAN, XMN,CKG,CSX), Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Macau, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Between HKG and SEL, Between HKT and HKG, Between HKT and DEL, Between HKT and BOM

    Zone 3

    Australia(PER), Japan, Korea, Oman, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Between HKT and SEL,Between HKT and PER, Between HKT and TPE

    Zone 4

    Australia(SYD, BNE, MEL), Russia(MOW)

    Zone 5

    Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Between STO and HKT, Between CPH and HKT

    Zone 6

    United States of America, Canada

    8.The applicable excess baggage charge shall apply to:

       a. The excess number of baggage: each bag (Piece) exceeding two checked bags (Piece)

       b. Oversized Baggage: each bag (Piece) exceeding the dimension of 62 inches (158cm) but not exceeding 80 inches (203 cm)

    9. Twice the applicable excess baggage charge shall apply to :

       a. The excess number plus oversized: each bag (Piece) exceeding two checked bags (Piece) and exceeding the dimension of 62 inches (158 cm), but not exceeding 80 inches (203 cm)

    10. Any bag (Piece),

       a. the sum of the three dimensions of which exceeds 80 inches (203 cm), and / or

       b. the weight of which exceeds 70 lbs (32 kg) shall be subject for the following:

          i. Such bag (Piece) shall not be carried as accompanied baggage unless prior handling arrangements have been made in advance and get confirmation from TG.

    ii. Such bag (Piece) shall be weighed and shall be charged at three times the applicable excess baggage charges for the first 45 kg of fraction thereof for each additional 10 kg. Of the fraction thereof, one (One) additional excess baggage charge shall be applied.

    Other checked items (To/ from USA and Canada)

    Additional Items as checked baggage that may have extra handling charges. The following items are subject to a special handling fee based on itinerary. All fees listed are per item.

    Bicycles
    A bicycle may be included as part of your free baggage allowance.  For a bicycle above your free baggage allowance, normal excess baggage rates apply: USD119


    Golf Equipment (one set of clubs)**
    You may use one of your free baggage allowance piece for a set of golf equipment.  If in excess of your free baggage allowance, then 50% of the excess baggage rate shall apply for one set of golf equipment: USD60 . 
    ** One set of Golf equipment consists of maximum 14 clubs, 12 balls, one set of golf shoes. 
    Additional golf equipment after the first set will be charged at the normal excess baggage rate: USD119

    Snow/Water Skiing Equipment (will be included in the free baggage allowance)
      If it exceeds the baggage allowance, shall be charged 33% of the excess baggage rate: USD40

    Surfboards (will not be included in the free baggage allowance)
    One board not exceeding 109 inches (277 cm) at 50% of excess baggage charge : USD60
    Any surfboards exceeding 109 inches (277 cm) will be charged the full excess baggage fee: USD119
    A second board shall be charged at the full excess baggage rate: USD119

    Windsurf Equipment  (will not be included in the free baggage allowance)
    One board not exceeding 109 inches (277 cm) at 50% of excess baggage charge : USD60
    Any surfboards exceeding 109 inches (277 cm)  will be charged the full excess baggage fee: USD119
    A second board shall be charged at the full excess baggage rate: USD119

    Scuba Diving Equipment (will be included in the free baggage allowance)
    If it exceeds the baggage allowance, shall be charged at : USD119

    Bulky Baggage/Oversized/Overweight Piece
    Normal excess charges shall apply as stated above

    Weapons Firearms ammunition (will be included in the free baggage allowance)
    If it exceeds the baggage allowance, shall be charged at : USD119

    Sporting firearms
    Will be accepted as one piece of baggage; if in excess will be charged at: USD119 

    One portable musical instrument (not exceeding 39 inches / 100 cm) in length
    Shall be considered in free baggage allowance.  Normal excess baggage rate shall apply: USD119

    Other articles and sport equipment
    Shall be included in the baggage allowance.  If in excess, apply normal excess baggage rate: USD119

    Pets as Checked Baggage (AVIH)
    For transportation of pets (under 32 kg/70lbs) the charge will be twice of the normal excess baggage rate: USD119 X 2 = USD238 for Piece Concept and excess baggage of total weight in weight concept  

    Notice:
    If your journey involves multiple airline partners, please be aware that baggage rules and fees for optional services may vary. In some cases, the baggage rules and fees for optional services that apply to your journey may be those of our partner airlines.  You may find this information for our codeshare partner airlines at the following websites:

    http://www.ana.co.jp/wws/japan/e/asw common/guide/baggage.html

    http://www.lufthansa.com/online/portal/lh/us/nonav/local?nodeid=3373626

    http://brusselsairlines.com/com/my-travel/practical-information/Default.aspx?item=23735#piTitle

    Other Services (To/ from USA and Canada)

    Online booking
    No charge

    Ticketing with a Thai Airways agent
    No charge

    Paper Ticket issuance
    USD50 to USD150

    Replacing a lost paper ticket or miscellaneous charge order (MCO)
    USD75 to USD150

    Unaccompanied minors
    Unaccompanied Minor -(mandatory Age 5 -11, optional Age 12 - 17) fee is USD60 per International flight segment (No fee for Thailand domestic flights) plus applicable adult fare per minor (Two or more siblings [brother/sister] traveling on the same reservation will be charged one fee for each direction of travel.)

    Oxygen fee (provided only during onboard flight)
    USD150 to USD300 on international flight depending on how much flow rate of oxygen supplement is required.

    Stretcher Transportation
    Six (6) times the full economy class fare will be charged for passengers who need to be transported while lying flat due to medical conditions.

    Cabin Class Upgrade (for flights to/from USA)
     The following optional fee is applicable for cabin upgrade from / to LAX for flight operated by THAI.

    LAX - BKK
    From Economy class to Royal Silk Business Class:
     USD1917.00

    LAX - ICN
    From Economy class to Royal Silk Business Class:
     USD1900.00 

    Interline Journey

    General Information

    Baggage Allowance determination and excess baggage charges calculation apply to baggage to be through checked from the point of departure to the point of arrival without stopover at any of the intermediate points. If passenger takes a stopover at an intermediate point, a new assessment of baggage allowance and baggage charges, if applicable, will be measured from the point of departure following the stopover.

    If you travel with additional weight or piece baggage which is considered as over carrier baggage allowance, the excess baggage charge shall be applied. THAI provides the amount of the charges varied in accordance with your baggage checked portion when you travel with THAI. If your journey and/or your baggage checked portion are comprised of more than one carrier, other carrier’s baggage rules may apply.
     

    Interline Baggage Selection:

    Generally, a common baggage provision, IATA Resolution 302, is applicable to IATA airline members (including THAI). The resolution regulates which carrier’s baggage rules apply when your journey and/or baggage checked portion comprised of two or more carriers (Interline baggage provision). The IATA Resolution 302 is considered in accordance with the IATA Traffic Conference Areas.

    In order to facilitate the adjustment of fares, fees and other charges, IATA has divided the world into three main ‘Areas’. These Areas are called Area1, Area2 and Area3. They are regularly used in the interpretation of tariff rules and in the calculation of international air fares. Airlines sometimes refer to these areas as TC (Tariff Conference), TC1 (for Area1), TC2 (for Area2) and TC3 (for Area3).

    Under each Area there are smaller ‘sub-areas’ or ‘regions’ which, in the IATA context, may have a different meaning from that generally implied by the geographical term.

    Area 1 is composed of the whole of the Western Hemisphere.
    Area 2 is Europe, Middle, and Africa.
    Area 3 is composed of the whole of Asia and the neighboring islands (with the exception of the part included in TC2); Australia, New Zealand and neighboring islands and also the Pacific Islands (except those included in TC1).

    Determination of carrier’s baggage rule in accordance with your baggage checked portion

    1.     For travel between two or more Tariff Conference Areas, the carrier performing carriage on the first sector that crosses from one area to another on that checked portion determines the baggage rule.

    2.     For travel between Tariff Conference Sub-areas, the carrier performing carriage on the first sector that crosses from one sub-area to another on that checked portion determines the baggage rule.               

    3.     For travel within a Tariff Conference Sub-area, the carrier performing carriage on the first international sector on that checked portion determines the baggage rule.

    4.     For travel within a single country, the carrier performing on the first Operating Carrier on the checked portion determines the baggage rule.

    Note: If you travel involved a so-called code-share flight, the carrier performing as the aircraft  operating on that checked portion determines the baggage rule.

    Travel to/from the USA

    In general, for passengers whose ultimate ticketed origin or destination is the United States and/or its territories, the baggage provisions selected at the beginning of the itinerary shall apply throughout the journey, regardless of stopovers.

    If THAI baggage rule applies on your journey to the United States/US Territories, it is also THAI baggage rule applies on the return though you makes a stopover en-route.

    In case of code-share flights that include a point in the United States/US Territories, the carrier performing as the marketing carrier determines the baggage rule.

    If your journey involves multiple airline partners, please be aware that baggage rules may vary. The baggage rules that apply for your journey may be those of our partner airlines. In some cases, they may apply their own baggage rule regardless of the code-share rules and rules for both outbound and inbound portion of travel. You may be charged for check-baggage fee if your journey originates in the United States/US Territories. Please contact their ticketing/reservation agents and/or read more about their baggage allowance and fee policies through their websites for further advice.

    Interline Partner's Website Link of Baggage Policy

    Note:

    1.Please contact THAI if any of the links in the Interline Partner's Website Link of Baggage Policy Table are ineffective
    2.As for airlines which are not listed, please check with the partner airlines directly.

 

 

 All liquids, aerosols, and gels in carry on baggage must be carried in containers with a   capacity not  greater than 100ml.

 

- Liquids carried in containers larger than 100ml. are not accepted, even if the container is only partially filled.

  - Containers must be placed in a transparent re-sealable plastic bag with a maximum capacity of one litre.

 

 

 

- The plastic bag must be presented for visual examination at the screening point.

- Only one transparent re-sealable plastic bag per passenger may be permitted.

- Exemptions may be made for medications, baby milk/foods and passengers with special dietary requirements.

- The plastic bag must be presented separately from other cabin baggage at screening checkpoint.

- Items purchased either at airport duty free shops or on board aircraft must be packed in a sealed plastic bag, and not have been opened. Passengers may be required to display a satisfactory proof of purchase.

 

Passengers can obtain a copy of  this part by any of the following means

•    For calls made from within the USA by telephone via the Toll-Free Hotline for Air Travelers with Disabilities at 1-800-778-4838 (voice) or 1-800-455-9880 (TTY)
•    By telephone to the Aviation Consumer Protection Division at 202-366-2220 (voice) or 202-366-0511 (TTY)

 

 

•    By mail to the Air Consumer Protection Division, C-75, U.S. Department of Transportation, 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE., West Building, Room W96-432, Washington, DC 20590

•   On the Aviation Consumer Protection Division ' s Web site (http://www.dot.gov/airconsumer)

 


 

 

Travel Document

 

 

Passengers traveling overseas should check the validity of the following documents:

1. Passport Passports of individuals traveling overseas must have a validity of more than 6 months. An exception may be made depending on the country concerned but this depends on their regulations. The passport holder must contact the embassy concerned to check the travel requirements prior to conducting travel.

2. Visa Individuals are recommended to check travel-related information at respective embassies, as each country has different requirements for foreign nationals' entry. Passengers are recommended to check this information prior to departure in order to avoid being denied travel at the airport.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


TG Stand-by Upgrading Facility

 

Effective 01APR14

I.  General Rules – TG Stand-by upgrading is the facility applicable in the “From…..To…..” basis at passenger contentment and satisfaction. There are two tables of the upgrading surcharges/fees shown in different currencies, varied by boarding point: 

a.  TG Stand-by upgrading for sector(s) from Thailand where currency shown in THB (THAI Baht), 

b.  TG Stand-by upgrading for other sectors except Thailand where currency shown in different Local Currency. 

 

1.  The stand-by upgrading can be requested after the original ticket has been issued.

2.  The stand-by upgrading shall only be applied from Economy to Business class (effective 01APR14) and Business class to First class (effective 01MAY14). 

Note: The upgrading surcharge table from Business to First class shall be applicable at Check-in Counter of the boarding point on the Departure Date. 

3.  The stand-by upgrade charge facility is applicable to all TG document issued by using TG Carrier Fares (both normal and/or special fares) provided that passenger is travelling on Thai Operated Flight (TG 3-digits flight number).

Note: Industry Discount, Agent Discount, ZED Fares, ROP Award Redemption and Barter tickets are not permitted.

4.  The upgrading process shall be done at the boarding airport of the applicable sector upon check-in, subjected to seat available at the time of departure. 

5.  The upgrading facility is applicable to all journey types: One Way, Round Trip, Circle Trip, and Open Jaw.  

6.  The applicable charge table is permitted for one-way basis.

7.  The surcharge level are quoted in accordance with an applicable local currency and based on the actual amount. Any other discount such as Child / Infant, Tour Conductor and Agent Discounts are not permitted.

8.  Any additional taxes or surcharges incurred with the upgrading are on passenger expenses. 

9.  Mileage is earned on the original paid fares.

10.  Refund is not applicable to the upgrading surcharges.

 

II. Privileges for stand-by upgrade 

 

1.  Baggage Allowance – permitted in accordance with the new class of service provided that the upgrading process is done at check-in counter.

2.  Lounge Access – permitted in accordance with the new class of service provided that the upgrading process is done at check-in counter.

3.  Meal Service – in accordance with the new class of service if the upgrading process is completed 2 hours prior to flight departure.

 

UPGRADE SURCHARGE/FEE FROM ECONOMY TO BUSINESS CLASS 

FOLLOWING SPECIAL SURCHARGE/FEE ARE APPLICABLE TO SPECIAL

UPGRADING PASSENGER ON TG ONLINE SECTORS FROM BANGKOK to WORLDWIDE.

EFFECTIVE 01APR2014


Group FROM – TO Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for B,M,H,Q to Business Class Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for V, W to Business Class
1 BKK-PEN/PNH/RGN/VTE
HKT-KUL
THB 3370 THB 4120
2 BKK-HAN/KMG/KUL/SGN THB 4535 THB 5540
3 BKK-CAN/CCU/DAC/CTU
BKK-HKG/SIN
HKT-HKG
THB 5875 THB 7180
4 BKK-DPS/JKT/KHH/KTM/MNL/TPE/XMN THB 7745 THB 9465
BKK-CMB N/A N/A
5 BKK-BJS/SHA/BOM/DEL/BLR/KHI/LHE
BKK-ISB/MAA/VNS/GAY/HYD
HKT-TPE
THB 7985 THB 9755
6 BKK-SEL/PUS
BKK-MCT
BKK-FUK/NGO/OSA/TYO/CTS/SDJ
HKT-SEL
THB 13580 THB 16595
7 BKK-PER
HKT-PER
THB 19565 THB 23910
8 BKK-DXB THB 10660 THB 13025
9 BKK-BNE/MEL/SYD THB 21460 THB 26225
10 BKK-AKL/FRA/MAD/MUC/PAR/ZRH/JNB
BKK-MOW/ROM/MIL/BRU
THB 29985 THB 36650
11 BKK-LON THB 33550 THB 41000
Group FROM – TO Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for B,M,H,Q to Premium Economy Class (U Class) Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for V, W to Premium Economy Class(U Class) Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for B,M,H,Q to Business Class Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for V, W to Business Class
12 BKK-STO/CPH/OSL THB 19510 THB 23840 THB 31195 THB 38130
Group FROM – TO Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for B,M,H,Q to Business Class Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for V, W to Business Class
13 BKK-LAX THB 51280 THB 62595
14 DOMESTIC
DOMESTIC SECTORS WITHIN THAILAND
EXCEPT : CNX-HKT OR V.V.
THB 2265 THB 2765

Remarks: The additional RBD surcharge level to the table, if needed, shall be categorized by RBD hierarchy;

1. RBD "Y" shall be applicable to the Lower Surcharge List (B, M, H, Q), if required.

2. RBD "G" shall be applicable to the Higher Surchare List (V, W), if required.  

 

 

UPGRADE SURCHARGE/FEE FROM ECONOMY TO BUSINESS CLASS 

(APPLICABLE FOR TG DOCUMENT & TG CARRIER FARES)

FOLLOWING SPECIAL SURCHARGE ARE APPLICABLE TO SPECIAL

UPGRADING PASSENGER ON TG ONLINE SECTORS WORLDWIDE.

EFFECTIVE 01APR14-UFN EXCEPT CPH/ROM/MIL EFFECTIVE 01MAY14

Group FROM – TO Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for B,M,H,Q to Business Class Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for V, W to Business Class
1 PEN - BKK
PNH - BKK
RGN - BKK
VTE - BKK
KUL - HKT
MYR 380
USD 110
USD 110
USD 110
MYR 380
MYR 460
USD 130
USD 130
USD 130
MYR 453
2 HAN/SGN - BKK
KMG - BKK
KUL - BKK
USD 140
CNY 870
MYR 500
USD 170
CNY 1060
MYR 610
3 CAN/CTU - BKK
CCU - BKK
DAC - BKK
HKG - BKK
HKG - HKT
SIN - BKK
SEL - TPE
TPE - SEL
CNY 1130
INR 11080
USD 180
HKD 1410
HKD 1410
SGD 240
KRW 219200
TWD 6190
CNY 1380
INR 13540
USD 220
HKD 1720
HKD 1720
SGD 290
KRW 267700
TWD 7560
4 CMB - BKK
DPS/JKT - BKK
KHH/TPE - BKK
KTM - BKK
MNL - BKK
XMN - BKK
SEL - HKG
HKG - SEL
N/A
USD 240
TWD 7330
USD 240
USD 240
CNY 1480
KRW 252900
HKD 1790
N/A
USD 290
TWD 8950
USD 290
USD 290
CNY 1810
KRW 308000
HKD 2180
5 BJS/SHA - BKK
BOM/DEL/BLR/MAA/VNS/GAY/HYD - BKK
KHI/LHE/ISB - BKK
TPE - HKT
CNY 1530
INR 15060
PKR 25610
TWD 7550
CNY 1870
INR 18390
PKR 31280
TWD 9230
6 SEL/PUS - BKK
MCT - BKK
"FUK/NGO/OSA/TYO/CTS/ SDJ - BKK"
SEL - HKT
KRW 451900
OMR 160
JPY 43200
KRW 451900
KRW 552200
OMR 200
JPY 52800
KRW 552200
7 PER - BKK
PER - HKT
AUD 730
AUD 730
AUD 890
AUD 890
8 BKK-DXB AED 1990 AED 1990
9 BNE/MEL/SYD - BKK AUD 800 AUD 980
10 AKL - BKK
FRA/MUC - BKK
MAD - BKK
PAR - BKK
ZRH - BKK
JNB - BKK
MOW - BKK
BRU - BKK
*ROM/MIL - BKK *Effective 01MAY14
**ROM/MIL - BKK **Effective 01JUL12-30APR14
Y-CL to C-CL and C-CL to F-CL Y-CL to F-CL
EUR 654 EUR 1308
NZD 1170
EUR 680
EUR 680
EUR 680
CHF 850
ZAR 10350
EUR 680
EUR 680
EUR 680
NZD 1430
EUR 830
EUR 830
EUR 830
CHF 1040
ZAR 12650
EUR 830
EUR 830
EUR 830
11 LON - BKK
SEL - LAX
LAX - SEL
GBP 620
KRW 1254300
USD 1900
GBP 760
KRW 1530500
USD 1925
Group FROM – TO Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for B,M,H,Q to Premium Economy Class (U Class) Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for V, W to Premium Economy Class(U Class) Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for B,M,H,Q to Business Class Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for V, W to Business Class
12 STO - BKK
OSL - BKK
*Effective 01MAY14 *CPH - BKK
**Effective 01JUL12-30APR14 **CPH - BKK
SEK 3900
NOK 3760
DKK 3290
Y-CL to U-CL DKK 4782
SEK 4760
NOK 4590
DKK 4020
Y-CL to C-CL DKK 9590
SEK 6230
NOK 6000
DKK 5260
U-CL to F-CL DKK 4782
SEK 7610
NOK 7340
DKK 6430
Group FROM – TO Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for B,M,H,Q to Business Class Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee for V, W to Business Class
13 LAX - BKK USD 1917 USD 1950

Remarks: The additional RBD surcharge level to the table, if needed, shall be categorized by RBD hierarchy;


1. RBD "Y" shall be applicable to the Lower Surcharge List (B, M, H, Q), if required.

2. RBD "G" shall be applicable to the Higher Surchare List (V, W), if required.


UPGRADE SURCHARGE/FEE FROM BUSINESS TO FIRST CLASS 

(APPLICABLE FOR TG DOCUMENT & TG CARRIER FARES)

FOLLOWING SPECIAL SURCHARGE/FEE ARE APPLICABLE TO SPECIAL
UPGRADING PASSENGER ON TG ONLINE SECTORS WORLDWIDE AT CHECK-IN COUNTER ON THE DEPARTURE DATE

EFFECTIVE 01MAY14-UFN


Group FROM – TO Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee from Business to First Class (One Way)
1 BKK-PEN
BKK-PNH
BKK-RGN
BKK-VTE
HKT-KUL
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2 BKK-HAN
BKK-KMG
BKK-KUL
BKK-SGN
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
3 BKK-CAN
BKK-CCU
BKK-DAC
BKK-CTU
BKK-SIN
HKT-HKG
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
BKK-HKG THB 4640
4 BKK-CMB
BKK-DPS/JKT
BKK-KHH/TPE
BKK-KTM
BKK-MNL
BKK-XMN
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
5 BKK-BJS/SHA
BKK-BOM/DEL/BLR/MAA/VNS/GAY/HYD
BKK-KHI/LHE/ISB
HKT-TPE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
6 BKK-SEL/PUS
BKK-MCT
HKT-SEL
N/A
N/A
N/A
BKK-FUK/NGO/OSA/TYO/CTS/SDJ THB 12165
7 BKK-PER
HKT-PER
N/A
N/A
8 BKK-DXB N/A
9 BKK-BNE/MEL/SYD THB 30085
10
BKK-AKL/JNB/MOW/BRU N/A
BKK-FRA/MAD/MUC/PAR/ZRH
BKK-ROM/MIL
THB 24080
11 BKK-LON THB 26080
12 BKK-STO/CPH/OSL N/A
13 BKK-LAX N/A
14 DOMESTIC
     DOMESTIC SECTORS WITHIN THAILAND
     EXCEPT : CNX-HKT OR V.V.
N/A

 


UPGRADE SURCHARGE/FEE FROM BUSINESS TO FIRST CLASS 

(APPLICABLE FOR TG DOCUMENT & TG CARRIER FARES)

FOLLOWING SPECIAL SURCHARGE/FEE ARE APPLICABLE TO SPECIAL
UPGRADING PASSENGER ON TG ONLINE SECTORS WORLDWIDE AT CHECK-IN COUNTER ON THE DEPARTURE DATE

EFFECTIVE 01MAY14-UFN


Group FROM – TO Stand-by Upgrading Surcharge/Fee from Business to First Class (One Way)
1 PEN - BKK
PNH - BKK
RGN - BKK
VTE - BKK
KUL - HKT
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2 HAN/SGN - BKK
KMG - BKK
KUL - BKK
N/A
N/A
N/A
3 CAN/CTU - BKK
CCU - BKK
DAC - BKK
HKG - BKK
HKG - HKT
SIN - BKK
TPE - SEL
N/A
N/A
N/A
HKD 1110
N/A
N/A
N/A
  
4 CMB - BKK
DPS/JKT - BKK
KHH/TPE - BKK
KTM - BKK
MNL  - BKK
XMN - BKK
HKG - SEL
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
5 BJS/SHA - BKK
BOM/DEL/BLR/MAA/VNS/GAY/HYD - BKK
KHI/LHE/ISB - BKK
TPE - HKT
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
6 SEL/PUS - BKK
MCT - BKK
FUK/NGO/OSA/TYO/CTS/SDJ - BKK
SEL - HKT
N/A
N/A
JPY 38700
N/A
7 PER - BKK
PER - HKT
N/A
N/A
8 DXB - BKK N/A
9 BNE/MEL/SYD - BKK AUD 1120
10 AKL - BKK
FRA/MUC - BKK
N/A
EUR 550
MAD - BKK
PAR - BKK
ZRH - BKK
JNB - BKK
MOW - BKK
ROM/MIL - BKK
BRU - BKK
EUR 550
EUR 550
CHF 680
N/A
N/A
EUR 550
N/A
11 LON - BKK GBP 490
12 STO - BKK
CPH - BKK
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FOR YOUR SAFETY

PLEASE STUDY THE SAFETY CARD IN YOUR FRONT SEAT POCKET AND LOCATE THE CLOSEST EMERGENCY EXITS NEAR YOU. BE SURE TO KEEP YOUR SEAT BELT FASTENED DURING TAKEOFF AND LANDING, AND AT ALL TIMES WHILE SEATED. FOR SAFETY REASONS, PASSENGERS ARE ASKED TO REFRAIN FROM SLEEPING ON THE AIRCRAFT FLOOR AND UNNECESSARY WALKING DURING THE FLIGHT. SLEEPING PASSENGERS MAY BE INJURED DURING UNEXPECTED TURBULENCE, UNLESS FIRMLY RESTRAINED BY THEIR SEAT BELT. AFTER LANDING, PLEASE REMAIN IN YOUR SEAT, WITH YOUR SEAT BELT FASTENED, UNTIL THE AIRCRAFT HAS COME TO ACOMPLETESTOP AND THE “FASTEN SEAT BELT” SIGN HAS BEEN SWITCHED OFF.

 
ELECTRONIC DEVICES
1. PROHIBITED DEVICES ON BOARD
AT ALL TIMES FOR YOUR SAFETY, PORTABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICES SUCH AS RADIO TRANSMITTERS, WALKIE-TALKIES, PORTABLE RADIO-CONTROLLED TOYS, RADIOS, TELEVISION RECEIVERS, CITIZEN BAND RADIOS, PAGERS, ELECTRONIC TOYS AND WIRELESS DEVICES (MOUSE, BLUETOOTH, ETC.), MUST BE SWITCHED OFF ONCE THE AIRCRAFT DOORS HAVE CLOSED AND SHALL NOT BE USED ON BOARD DURING THE ENTIRE FLIGHT.
2.ACCEPTABLE DEVICES ON BOARD
DURING FLIGHT DEVICES WHICH DO NOT EMIT RADIO SIGNALS INCLUDING PORTABLE VIDEO EQUIPMENT, LAPTOPS OR PORTABLE PCS WITHOUT PRINTERS, CASSETTES/CD/DVD/MINI DISC/MP3PLAYERS (USED WITH HEADPHONES ONLY), ELECTRONIC GAMES, ELECTRONIC CALCULATORS AND ELECTRONIC SHAVERS MAY ONLY BE USED 15 MINUTES AFTER TAKEOFF UNTIL THE SEAT BELT SIGN IS SWITCHED ON AGAIN BEFORE LANDING. FLIGHT MODE CAPABLE MOBILE PHONES AND PORTABLE DIGITAL ASSISTANTS (PDAS), CAN BE USED IN THE SAME FLIGHT PHASE AS THE DEVICES ABOVE WHEN IN “FLIGHT MODE”.
HOWEVER, USE OF ANY PORTABLE DEVICE SUSPECTED OF INTERFERING WITH FLIGHT OPERATION SHALL BE PROHIBITED.
3. ACCEPTABLE DEVICES ON BOARD FOR ENTIRE FLIGHT
HEARING AIDS, HEART PACEMAKERS, ELECTRONIC WATCHES AND AUTHORISED INFLIGHT EQUIPMENT ARE ALLOWED DURING THE FLIGHT.
 
BEVERAGES ON BOARD
ALCOHOLIC DRINKS WILL NOT BE SERVED TO PASSENGERS AGED UNDER 18 YEARS. CABIN ATTENDANTS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO DECLINE SERVING ALCOHOL TO PASSENGERS WHO APPEAR INTOXICATED. CONSUMPTION OF PERSONAL ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IS PROHIBITED ON BOARD AT ANY TIME.

 
SMOKING
SMOKING, BY ANY MEANS, IS NOT PERMITTED BY LAW ON ALL THAI FLIGHTS.
THE REGULATIONS HAVE BEEN IMPLEMENTED FOR PASSENGER SAFETY, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THAI’S AIR TRAFFIC POLICY AND PROCEDURES. THAI’S FLIGHT ATTENDANTS FOLLOW SPECIFIC MEASURES THAT STRICTLY COMPLY WITH SAFETY REGULATIONS SET BY THE CIVIL AVIATION BOARD TO SECURE THE SAFETY OF AIRCRAFT, PASSENGERS AND AIRLINE PROPERTY.

Safety Belt

 

About Your Seatbelt

 

 

Despite good visibility, there is a chance of clear air turbulence that can cause unsmooth motion of the aircraft and result in passenger injury. Passengers are therefore advised to keep their seatbelt fastened throughout the flight, even when the seatbelt sign is switched off.

 

Boarding Pass

 

 

About Your Boarding Pass

 

 

We ask for your kind cooperation to present your boarding pass to the flight attendant before entering the cabin. This is to help the flight attendant direct you to your allocated seat in a quick manner, and to avoid getting on the wrong aircraft, which may cause flight delays. Apart from this, it is also to conform with safety and security measures to ensure our safety services.

 

Alcohol Served on Flights

 

Alcohol Served on Flights

 

 

While flying at high altitudes far above sea level, the cabin will be pressurized for the passengers’ comfort. In spite of the pressurization, the cabin air, like on a high mountain, is thinner and less dense than at sea level. Consequently, those who consume alcoholic drinks maybecomeintoxicated faster than normal and result in an adverse effect on blood pressure. While enjoying our in-flight beverage service for your relaxation, passengers are therefore recommended to drink moderate amounts of alcohol, and a lot of pure water.

 

Crew Advices

 

Listen to and Follow Crew Advices and Instructions

 

 

In addition to provide passenger care and crew services while traveling on board, cabin crew also have to fulfill their primary duties to ensure passengers’ safety. As such, when passengers are requested or informed to follow their advice or instructions, such as to fasten seat belt, to keep the belongings in the overhead bin, to adjust the seat to the upright position, etc., please kindly comply with them for the sake of your own safety, and that of others.

 

Mobile Onboard

 

About Your Mobile Phone

 

 

Thai Airways International provides phone services through special bandwidth on almost our entire fleet to serve and satisfy passengers'communication needs.However, using a mobile phone on board –especially during takeoff and landing – may disrupt the air navigation aids and equipment on the airplane.For the sake of safety and comfort,we request your kind cooperation to refrain from using  mobile phones during such phases of flight, and to switch to "Flight Mode" to enjoy other applications during flight.

 

Cabin Baggage

 

About Your Cabin Baggage

 

 

Lifting an overweight/oversized carry-on baggage to stow in an overhead locker, passengers may suffer muscle aches/pain.During turbulence,oversized/overweight baggage may fall on you or other passengers and cause injury.In case of emergency,it may also block the emergency exit routes and pose danger.For the sake of safety,every passenger is allowed one hand-carry baggage not over 7 kg or 45 linear inches (around 115 cm)to be taken on board, and properly stowed in a closed overhead bin.

 

Flying while Getting Sick

 

About Flying while Getting Sick

 

 

For the sake of passenger safety and comfort while travelling with THAI,when it is unavoidable to fly while feeling ill, we ask for kind consideration to please inform your illness symptoms to our ticketing staff upon issuing the ticket, or to our ground staff during check-in.If necessary,the passenger may be recommended to consult with the airport doctor to ensure your safety.In addition,you may ask the ground staff to forward your symptom details to the flight attendant on board, in order to provide special care and make any basic preparations to deal with aunpredictable situationsor medical treatment.

 

Be Careful with Hot Drinks


Be Careful with Hot Drinks


While en route our flight attendants will provide hot beverage service to passengers. In order to prevent burn injuries from hot liquid spills, we would like the passengers to:


-When a coffee/tea cup is placed on a carry tray, please wait until the flight attendant finishes pouring the hot liquid and then pick up the coffee/tea cup with caution.


-In case of no carry tray in use, the flight attendant will pour the hot liquid into a coffee/tea cup that the passenger holds with a handle. Please wait until he/she finishes pouring before taking it back; otherwise  hot liquid may spill out and possibly cause injury.

 

Lying on the Cabin Floor


Lying on the Cabin Floor

 

Passenger seats on board all THAI aircraft have been designed, in line with standard aviation regulations, to be properly fitted, convenient and secure. In particular on long haul flights, some passengers may prefer to change their position by lying on the cabin floor around seating areas, but this can pose a threat to their own safety. Despite a clean and tidy floor, tiny dust particles in the carpet may cause allergic symptoms, and even affect the respiratory system. Moreover, the on-board oxygen may not be circulated fully and sufficiently down on the floor, causing difficult to breathe, and, upon getting up, the passenger may feel light-headed and dizzy. Most importantly, when lying on the cabin floor contact with the metal parts of the seat and floor can cause severe injury, especially during turbulence.


 

Pet Travel

       Transporting pets can be a stressful experience for both the passenger and their beloved pet. Therefore, THAI is committed to providing caring, comfortable and stress-free service for both.
       Advanced arrangements for pet travel services must be made at time of booking, at least 48 hours prior to flight departure.  Passengers are required to alert their travel agent or local THAI office at the time of booking that they will be traveling with their pet. THAI’s staff will check on space availability and provide advice on regulations for the travel of pets to the final destination and/or transit points.

Essential Documents and Health Requirements
Please ensure that all necessary documents have been obtained before departing, as follows:

Valid export and import permits from the relevant animal quarantine officer
•    Valid health and rabies vaccination certificate from the authorizing veterinarian
•    The Animal Quarantine Bureau of Japan must be notified at least 40 days in advance of scheduled arrival of dogs and cats that will enter Japan. The Bureau will issue a document known as ‘Approval of Inspection of Animal’.
•    Prior to entering India, a –No Objection Certificate- (NOC) must be issued locally by the Animal Quarantine and Certification Services (AQCS).
•     Dogs and cats entering EU communities must be implanted with Microchip.
•     Some countries, e.g. UK, Australia, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong (SAR China), have imposed regulations to allow pets into their countries as cargo only. Please refer to the topic –Cargo-.
•     THAI strongly recommends that passengers obtain details regarding documents required for pet transportation from the relevant embassy website or your nearest embassy.
•     There are a limited number of pets allowed, due to rules and regulations of each country.
•     Some breeds of dogs, e.g. pitbull terrier dogs, are prohibited into some countries, such as Thailand.
•     Dogs and cats less than 6 months old are prohibited entry into some countries.
•     Sick/injured/pregnant pets are prohibited from transport.

 

Pets as Checked Baggage (AVIH)

  
     This service will allow passengers to check-in and collect their pet at the passenger terminals of their flight’s departure and arrival airports. The pet will be loaded in an aircraft hold just beneath the passenger cabin where it will be safe and in a temperature controlled environment.
   Flight to/from USA the maximum weight/dimension of pet including the container is 32kgs and dimensions 54 inches length, 27 inches height, 33 inches wide.
Charges: Please contact local offices.

 

 

 

 

Pets as Cargo ( Unaccompanied pets)


       This service allows passengers to transport other pets, not only dogs and cats. Shipping pets will be made through the cargo terminal at the flight departure and arrival airport. The pets will not accompany the passenger; therefore, it is required to make arrangements in advance due to space limitation in the air-conditioned cargo hold for transportation of live animals.

Charges as Cargo

 

      The cost will be more economically feasible compared to AVIH (animal in hold). Passengers will pay for an airways bill instead of excess baggage.

Notes : Please contact an authorized pet travel agent in the local area for details.

 

 

Travelling with Guide Dog or Assistance Dogs


      THAI can accept guide dogs for the blind and assistance dogs for the deaf in the cabin to some destinations. Passengers must ensure that all animal quarantine regulations and documentations for the entry/transit are provided.

       This service will be carried without charge. Please contact THAI local office at least 48 hours in advance of flight departure. The dog will not occupy a seat and will be located next to you but not at the emergency exit row. The dog must be harnessed during the flight.

       Flight to/from USA  should a passenger with disability has to carry his/her guide dog/assistance dog or emotional support dog

 

Container Requirements


The design and construction of the container must conform to IATA Live Animal Regulations. The following requirement must be met, otherwise THAI may refuse to transport the pet:

• The container must be large enough for the pet to stand up, turn and lie down in a natural manner.
• It must be strong enough to protect the pet during take off and landing. It must have at least 3 sides.
• The door must be secure in such a manner that it will not open accidentally or the pet cannot open it.
• Feeding and watering instructions must be affixed to the container.

Suitable pet containers are available in most professional pet stores.

Expectant Mothers

     Pregnancies last on average 40 weeks. For uncomplicated pregnancies, THAI has imposed certain guidelines for travelling expectant mothers, as follows:

• After the 28th week of pregnancy, passengers must obtain a medical certificate of fitness to travel issued by their attending obstetrician, stating the number of weeks of pregnancy and estimated date of delivery. The medical certificate issued by the doctor must be issued no later than 7 days prior to departure, which must be carried with the expectant passenger when boarding the flight.

• For safety reasons, THAI reserves the right to deny boarding under certain circumstances if expecting passengers choose not to carry a medical certificate.

• Expectant mothers may be permitted to travel up to the end of the 36th week of pregnancy on flights less than 4 hours (the estimated date of delivery being 4 weeks or more).

• On flights more than 4 hours, expectant mothers may be permitted to travel up to the end of 34th week (for pregnancies with the date of delivery estimated at being 6 weeks or more).

• Expectant mothers whose pregnancy has entered beyond the 36th week of pregnancy will not be permitted to travel due to safety reasons.

Advice for elderly passengers

Preparation for air travel

• Avoid traveling in remote areas.
• Consult your family doctor regarding appropriate medications, vaccinations, etc.
• For any existing, chronic illness, to ensure that health conditions are safe for the trip, keep any necessary medication in your hand luggage.
• Pack appropriate clothing for the destination.
• Confirm your health insurance before flying

During flight

• Exercise and try to move around in the aircraft to prevent blood clots.
• Keep hydrated by drinking a lot of water; avoid alcohol and coffee.

At the destination

• Elderly passengers ¬– like small children – are more prone to severe dehydration, therefore they should avoid long term sun exposure.
• Prevent constipation by increasing water intake or using laxatives if necessary.
• Be mindful of food and water hygiene.
• Take adequate rest to adjust to the local time zone.
• Keep skin clean to avoid infections.

Contra-indication and advice for sick passengers travelling by plane

Sick passengers are sensitive to minor changes, therefore medical consultation before travelling is necessary to minimize health risks.  Medications must be kept in the hand luggage. Travelers with metallic prosthesis, cardiac pacemaker, internal defibrillator or those who have to carry medical equipment on board must travel with a medical certificate.  
 
Disabled passengers who need assistance during flight must be accompanied and notify in advance for special arrangements by cabin crew.

Passengers with medical conditions not treated and stabilized, or passengers which conditions that can be aggravated during flight, must have medical clearance before flight reservation. A MEDIF (medical information form) must be filled by treating doctor to inform the details of the medical conditions, and if special equipment such as oxygen, a wheelchair or stretcher is needed. The company has the right to refuse, delay or ask for changing travel conditions. Travelling by plane is permitted only for treated and stabilized patients.

The following conditions are contra-indicated for air travel :

• Infant less than 7 days of age,  the cabin atmosphere can cause problem for newborns. MEDIF is needed for premature babies.

• Pregnant women : non complicated pregnancy is accepted on board; the conditions depend on the airlines to prevent premature labor on board; caution should be exercised about frequent flying during early weeks because of hypoxia. The conditions for pregnant women are as follows :

o Pregnancy more than 28 weeks must have a medical certificate confirming the date of delivery and conditions of pregnancy,
o Single pregnancy can travel until 36th week for the flight less than 4 hours and 34th weeks for the flight more than 4 hours. The medical certificate with estimate date of delivery and confirmation of a normal pregnancy is needed.
o Multiple or complicated pregnancy (placenta previa, past history of premature delivery etc.) are relatively contra-indicated for travelling long distance by air, the medical approval from the company is absolutely needed.
o Pregnancy more than 36 weeks is an absolute contra-indication for travelling by air.


• Patient with cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases

Assure sufficient quantities of cardiac medications for the entire trip, including sublingual nitroglycerin, and keep in carry-on luggage. Keep a separate list of medications including dosing intervals and tablet size in the event that medications are lost. Limit unnecessary ambulation, particularly inflight. The following conditions are not safe for air travel :

o Unstable chest pain
o Recent myocardial infarction (MI) and congestive heart failure should not fly until at least 6 weeks have passed and they are back to usual daily activities no more chest pain
o Coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) and other chest surgeries should wait until the air is resorbed 2 weeks before air travel because air is transiently introduced into the chest cavity, there is a risk for barotrauma at decreased atmospheric pressure
o Uncontrolled heart failure
o Untreated hypertension with systolic blood pressure higher than 160 mmHg. No contra-indication to air travel for patients with hypertension as long as it is under reasonable control. Such patients should be reminded to carry their medications onboard
o Untreated arrhythmia (heart rhythm must be controlled and on anti coagulant for travelling)
o Decompensated valvular diseases
o Scuba diving less than 24 hours or decompression sickness
o Untreated or unstable pneumothorax
o Undrainaged pleural effusion
o Asthma, air travel is contra-indicated for those with asthma that is labile, severe, or that has required recent hospitalization. For asthmatics of less severity who are fit to fly, it is imperative that they are reminded to hand-carry on board any vital medication, particularly inhalers for rapid relief of symptoms
o Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Patients with chronic bronchitis, interstitial lung disease and emphysema are susceptible to significant inflight hypoxemia, depending on their baseline PaO2. Preflight evaluation of these patients is ability to walk 50 meters  or climb stairs without dyspnea and shortness of breath
o Uncontrolled respiratory failure
o Patient under mechanical ventilation or with the unstable condition for the trip
o Active pulmonary infection
o Neuromuscular diseases with hypoventilation and require a mechanical ventilation
o Pulmonary tuberculosis especially in immunodeficients treated less than 2 weeks
o Thoracic surgery less than 3 weeks
o Special precaution for the patients with tracheostomy  because of low humidity in the cabin


• Central Nervous System Disorders

o Uncontrolled epilepsy or the patients undergone for brain surgery with no complications less than 2 weeks. Normally, the passengers with stable epilepsy or after brain surgery may be more prone to seizures during a long flight, mild hypoxia and hyperventilation are known precipitating factors, in addition to the aggravation of fatigue, anxiety and irregular medication. Whilst it would not be appropriate to change medication immediately prior to a trip, consideration should be given to providing extra anti-convulsive medication. If nothing else, the passengers with epilepsy must ensure that they have sufficient medication in their hand baggage for the duration of the flight and also for any unexpected delays
o Following a stroke or cerebrovascular accident passengers usually have to wait at least 2 weeks before travel if stable or recovering. For those with cerebral artery insufficiency, hypoxia may lead to problems and supplementary oxygen may be advisable
o Patients with accident and brain injury less than 15 days
o Untreated brain edema or lumbar puncture less than 1 week
o Patients who have recent brain scan with use of contrast media less than 3 days
o Psychiatric patients need medical clearance in advance of intended travel. Patients with psychotic disorders who are stabilized on medication and are accompanied by a knowledgeable companion plus suitable sedation may be able to fly


• Gastro-Intestinal Disease :

Passengers may experience abdominal discomfort because of gas expansion in fight.

o Patients who have abdominal surgery in which hollow viscus has been sutured are at risk of perforation or hemorrhage as a result of gas expansion at altitude. Air travel should be discouraged for 2 weeks following any abdominal surgical procedure
o Travelers with colostomies are not at increased risk during air travel although intestinal distension may increase fecal output. The use of a large colostomy bag is recommended. More frequent changes may be necessary for smaller bags and extra supplies should be carried in the cabin hand baggage
o Patients with intestinal occlusion or with hemorrhage from ulcer sites or rupture of esophageal varices. For hemorrhage, travel may be permitted if there is clear endoscopic evidence of healing or wait for 3 weeks and hemoglobin level more than 10 g/dl
o Severe gastroenteritis with dehydration
o Patients who have gastric or intestinal surgery in the past 7 days
o Patients who have a colonoscopy in the past 24 hours


• Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT):

Passengers are at risk of developing economic class syndrome from cramped seating, inactivity, prolonged immobilization, depletion of body fluids causing increased blood viscosity, poor blood circulation and swelling of feet and legs then a thrombus develops in the deep veins. To reduce the risk while traveling it is recommended to wear comfortable shoes or take shoes off, exercise the calves, mobilize, stretch arms and legs every couple of hours, walk around the cabin, avoid sleeping pills, remain adequately hydrated and avoid excess alcohol.


• Others medical problems

o Ophtalmological conditions such as retinal detachment less than 3 weeks, acute glaucoma or recently operations (in the past 1 month), recent cataract surgery, unhealed keratitis, ocular surgery in the past 3 months
o Acute sinusitis or acute otitis
o Ear surgery in the past 3 months
o Severe anemia with hemoglobin less than 10 g/dl. At low oxygen levels in cabin, passengers may experience lightheadedness or even lose consciousness during flight and hemoglobin less than 8.5 g/dl is contra-indicated for air travel
o Diseases that need medical equipments forbidden by airline regulation
o Transmitted infections : chicken pox, measles, mumps, pertussis, herpes zoster etc.
o Immunodeficient patients with severe complications
o Unstable diabetes must not travel by air. For well controlled diabetes, the first step is to order from the airline, in advance, the appropriate diabetic meal. Diabetic travelers should carry all medications (as well as needles, syringes, blood glucose monitors, sugared snacks, and a device to store needles/lances) in carry-on luggage and not in checked luggage. Journeys may across several time zones. It is recommended to remain on departure time during the flight and attempt to readjust to local time on arrival at destinations
o All recent surgery or recent injury, gas trapped within the body will cause problems at altitude
o Recent fracture under plaster cast (cast must be split for traveling to avoid compartment syndrome or harmful swelling on long flight)
o Severe burn or infected large wounds
o Terminal stage of illness which can deteriorate during trip
o Precaution for the patients with urinary catheter, balloon must be filled with water, the catheter changed before departure with no sign of  urinary tract infection by direct examination and by urine culture

Nut Allergy

       Due to the number of passengers on THAI flights, the company cannot guarantee a 100% nut-free environment in its lounges nor aircraft cabins. Nevertheless, if THAI is informed well in advance of a passenger’s medical condition, the company will strive to ensure that each touch point is aware of passenger requirements.
       We also highly recommend that you carry your medication and/or medical ID bracelets at all times, as well as alert THAI staff in cases of allergic reaction.

Traveling with Infants

Bassinet (BSCT)


• Baby bassinets are available on THAI flights that are over 2 hours. THAI’s bassinets measure 75 x 35 x 22 cms., for infants weighing no more than 10kgs. (22 pounds).

• For safety reasons, only infants 6 months old or less will be entitled a bassinet. When making a reservation, a “baby bassinet” may be requested, at least 48 hours before flight departure.

Infant car seat

• If you wish to bring your own car seat into the cabin, a child fare will be charged. The car seat must be designed to carry an infant and placed securely in the passenger seat.

• For more information, please contact your local THAI office.

Baby diapers

Baby diapers are available on board flights operated on selected international routes and may be obtained from the cabin crew.  Aircraft lavatories are also equipped with pull-down tables for changing diapers. However, THAI highly recommends that passengers bring their own infant diapers, as only limited quantities of size L diapers are available on certain international routes.

Medical Guidelines

Some patients are at a stage of illness with risks for air travel. Airlines have a right to be concerned about carrying them because the airline assumes a large risk. Deaths in flight are traumatic for flight crew and a serious medical deterioration may require a flight diversion at great cost and inconvenience to the airline, crew and other passengers. A medical information form (MEDIF) is needed for assessments of patient's fitness to fly. The guidelines from Thai International Airways resulted from the IATA Manual, and consultation with specialists of each fields.

Thai Airways Travel Clearance Guidelines

 

Blood Diseases

 

Diagnosis/conditions

Unsuitable conditions for air travel

Thai Airways Travel clearance accepted

Information, suggestions for treating doctor

Acute anemia

Hb less than 8.5 g/dl

Blood loss ceased at least 48 hr before departure,  Hb > 10 g/dl

Cause of blood loss. Hb assessed after blood loss ceased and 48 hr before travelling, O2 recommended

Chronic anemia (Thelassemia, Sickle cell anemia)

Hemolysis crisis,   Hb < 8 g/dl

Hb > 8.5 g/dl

Supplement O2 needed

Hemophilia (bleeding and clotting disorder)

Active bleeding

Stable conditions

Clarify on board medications

Hodgkin’s lymphoma

Active disease, bone marrow suppression, recent chemotherapy

Stable condition

Clarify patient’s status and complete blood count

Leukemia

Active disease, bone marrow suppression, recent chemotherapy

Stable condition, no complications, acceptable blood examinations

Clarify patient’s status and complete blood count

Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome (thrombocytopenia, dysfunction of immune system)

Active infection

 

Stable condition

Clarify patient’s status and complete blood count

 

Cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases

 

Diagnosis/conditions

Unsuitable conditions for air travel

Thai Airways Travel clearance accepted

Information, suggestions for treating doctor

Angina pectoris

Unstable chest pain,

Well controlled, no chest pain > 48 hours

Should request in-flight O2. Medical escort may be needed

Angioplasty with or without stenting

Unstable condition, intervention < 5 days

Stable condition,  > 5-7 days of intervention

O2 and medical escort needed for flight

Aortic aneurysm

Dissecting or rupture aneurysm or size > 5.5-6 cm diameter

Stable conditions  or 6 weeks after angioplasty

O2 and medical escort may be needed

Arrhythmia

Uncontrolled ventricular or supraventricular tachycardia

Occasional palpitations without fainting, treated and stable

Clarify patient’s condition and treatment

Cardiac surgery,  valve replacement, Transposition of vessels

Complications, < 2 weeks after intervention

6 weeks after surgery, no other active issues

O2 and medical escort needed for flight

Coronary artery bypass grafting

Unstable condition, intervention < 9 days

Stable condition, after 10-14 days of operation

O2 and medical escort needed for flight

Congenital, cyanotic heart diseases

Unstable condition, Breathless at rest or on minimal exertion

Stable condition and 10 days after intervention 

O2 needed for flight and medical escort may be considered

Coronary angiography

< 48 hr of intervention

Stable condition, no bleeding

Wheelchair is recommended

Deep Vein Thrombosis / Pulmonary embolism

Recent attack, complications

Treated and on anticoagulant

PAO2 is normal in room air. In flight  O2 needed

Heart failure, Cardiomyopathies

Recent congestive heart failure/ Uncontrolled heart failure

Stable condition

Patient should be able to walk at least 30 meters without breathlessness. O2 and doctor escort needed for flight

Hypertension

Untreated, uncontrolled hypertension

Controlled blood pressure

Blood pressure should be controlled at least 5 days before flight

Myocardial infarction

Recent myocardial infarction < 7 days

> 7-10 days without any complications

If complications patient can travel after 4 weeks of stability. O2 and doctor escort needed for flight

Pacemaker

Unstable condition, intervention < 2 days, complication

Normal heart rhythm, > 2 days after intervention, no complication

No need of medical escort. Patient can fly  1 week after full inflation if pneumothorax 

Pericarditis, Myocarditis

Unstable condition

Stable condition

In flight O2, medical escort recommended

Thrombophlebitis of legs

Acute attack

Stable condition, on anticoagulant

Clarify patient’s conditions

Valvular diseases

Severe symptomatic valvular disease

Stable condition and > 10 days after operation

Need medical escort and in flight oxygen may be considered

Asthma

Exacerbation, Recent deterioration

Stable condition

Patient assessment before flight.In flight O2 needed with medical escort if recently exacerbated

Chest surgery

Thoracic surgery less than 2 weeks

> 2 weeks after operation and without complications

O2 and doctor escort needed for flight

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, pulmonary fibrosis

Breathlessness, cyanosis, recent exacerbation with  resting Sa02 < 92 % room air

No dyspnea, adequate general condition, full recovery

Clarify SaO2. Patient should be able to walk at least 30 meters without breathlessness. Low flow supplemental  O2 needed in flight

Lung Carcinoma

Complications, recent chemo-radiotherapy, Breathless at rest or on minimal exertion, brain metastasis with risk of developing cerebral oedema

Early stage, no complications, good general conditions, lung function is not affected

O2 and medical escort needed for flight

Pleural effusion

Undrainaged effusion

Drainage tube  taken off  > 48 hours

Underlying diseases should be treated. Clarify SaO2. O2 and medical escort needed

Pneumonia

Active pulmonary infection, complications

Cured from infection and complications

Provide latest CXR. Clarify SaO2. On board O2 needed, medical escort may be needed

Pulmonary blebs, Spontaneous pneumothorax

Untreated or unstable pneumothorax

Lung  fully inflated 14 days after resolution

Doctor escort and in flight supplemental O2 needed. If necessary one way valve drainage can be still inserted. No air in chest cavity on chest x-ray

Pulmonary edema

Unresolved

No dyspnea, pulmonary edema totally resolved

Precipitating conditions should be treated

Respiratory failure

Uncontrolled respiratory failure

Symptoms totally resolved

Precipitating conditions should be treated

Sleep apnea

No restriction

Portable CPAP device with own batteries accepted

Well controlled obstructive sleep apnea, patient should travel with CPAP device

 

Neurological and Psychiatry Disorders


Diagnosis/conditions

Unsuitable conditions for air travel

Thai Airways Travel clearance accepted

Information, suggestions for treating doctor

Brain injuries, Cerebral concussion

< 72 hours after mild injuries, brain swelling, confusion

Stable, improving conditions

Medical escort, on board O2 recommended in severe cases

Brain surgery

< 9 days, hydrocephalus

> 10 days with stable condition

Medical escort needed

Brain tumors,

Brain edema, Uncontrolled convulsion, alteration of consciousness

Stable conditions, doctor escort

Clarify in detail patient’s conditions and treatment. Report of MRI brain

Cerebrovascular accident (CVA), Brain hemorrhage, Stroke

< 10 days

Stable, improving conditions

Medical escort, in flight O2 recommended

Degenerative, Multiple sclerosis Demyelinating Disorders,

Acute exacerbation

Stable conditions

If no recent exacerbation. No medical escort needed

Meningitis, Encephalitis

Unstable conditions

No fever, no complications

Medical escort, supplement O2 needed

Seizures

Uncontrolled epilepsy

Well controlled > 48 hours

Medical escort needed in recently attack case

Transient ischemic attack

< 2 days

> 3-7 days with stable conditions

Medical escort may be needed

Acute psychosis

Acute attack

Controlled condition, medical escort

Medical escort needed

Alcoholism

Acutely disturbed behavior, hepatic decompensation

Controlled condition, with medical escort

Medical escort is absolutely needed

Senile brain dysfunction or chronic mental disorders

Acutely disturbed behavior or if risk of deterioration during flight

Properly controlled, travel with escort

If  recent abnormal behavior, medical escort  is required

 

Contagious diseases


Diagnosis/conditions

Unsuitable conditions for air travel

Thai Airways Travel clearance accepted

Information, suggestions for treating doctor

Bacterial conjunctivitis, keratitis

Acute illness

Totally cured after antibiotics

Chicken pox

Presence of active lesions

No lesions, no complications   

All skin lesions must be gone before travelling

Dengue hemorrhagic fever

Complications, Thrombocytopenia

Convalescent period with normal blood examinations

 

Impetigo, Pyoderma

Active skin lesions

Healing skin lesions

No medical escort needed

Influenza

Active disease, complications

Not contagious

Patient should not travel if persistence of  cough

Malaria  

Active disease, complications

Treated with no parasite in the blood, no complications

Medical escort, supplement O2 recommended in severe cases

Measles, Rubella

Active diseases, < 7 days after beginning of rashes

No rashes

 

Mumps

Active diseases, < 7 days after swelling

No swelling, no complications

 

Scarlet fever

Active diseases 

After full course of antibiotics

Advice current conditions

Tuberculosis

Untreated, active infection

After adequate treatment and  no active infection prior to the flight

Medical clearance for all cases. Report of chest X-ray and sputum examination for confirmation of non contagiosity. Clarify if underlying disease

Whooping cough

< 3 weeks after onset or < 7 days of antibiotics

Totally cured after effective course of antibiotics

 

 

Eye, Ear, Nose Throat Diseases


Diagnosis/conditions

Unsuitable conditions for air travel

Thai Airways Travel clearance accepted

Information, suggestions for treating doctor

Cataract surgery

< 2 days, complications

> 2 days with permission

Advice current condition

Intra-ocular surgery, Penetrating eye injury

< 6 days, complications

> 7 days if no complications

Gas in globe must be resorbed

Glaucoma

Uncontrolled high intraocular pressure

Intraocular pressure controlled by non miotic drugs or after surgery

 

Lasic surgery, Corneal laser surgery

< 2 days, corneal edema

> 3 days after operation, no complications

Lubricating eye drops are recommended

Refractive surgery

< 7 days and complications

> 7 days after operation, no complications

 

Retinal detachment

Intraocular bubble > 30% of the volume of the vitreous

No air left inside the eye

Delay travel for 2 weeks if sulphur hexafluoride is used and for 6 weeks with the perfluoropropane

Otitis media, sinusitis

Active conditions

Authorized by an otolaryngologist

 

Middle ear surgery, ear tube placement or simple myringotomy

Recent procedures, active discharge or obstruction

Authorized by an otolaryngologist

 

Tonsillectomy

< 7 days

Authorized by an otolaryngologist

 

Vertigo 

Acutely ill

Stable conditionse

Medical escort may be needed in severe case

 

Gastrointestinal Diseases


Diagnosis/conditions

Unsuitable conditions for air travel

Thai Airways Travel clearance accepted

Information, suggestions for treating doctor

Appendiscectomy

< 4 days or any complications

> 4 days if no complications

Wheelchair recommended

Cirrhosis

Acute illness with ascitis, hepatic encephalopathy, bleeding

Stable conditions

Doctor escort needed

Colonoscopy

< 24 after intervention

 > 24 hours after and bloating is absent.

No need of medical escort, clarify the reason of intervention

Cholecystectomy

< 72 after intervention by laparoscopy, < 7 days after surgical removal

No complications, stable conditions

No need of medical escort, clarify the route of intervention

Cholecystitis

Acute symptoms

Stable conditions

Medical escort is recommended

Diverticular diseases of colon, Inflammatory bowel diseases

Active diseases

Stable conditions

May need special meal and medical escort

Gastric, duodenal ulcer   

If  bleeding or severe pain

Stable conditions

May need special meal, medication on board is recommended

Gastrointestinal bleeding

Not permitted within 2-3 weeks of onset   

Permission from treating doctor

Cause of bleeding, Hb assessed after blood loss ceased and 48 hr before travelling. Wheelchair recommended

Gastroenteritis (diarrhea)

Acute symptoms, dehydration or other complications

Diarrhea stopped, no complications

If stable condition, no escort needed.

Hepatitis

Acute illness

Stable condition. Normal liver function test

Wheelchair recommended

Laparoscopic surgery (cholecystectomy, tubal surgery, hysterectomy)

< 4 days

> 5 days without complications

All gas in abdomen must be resorbed. Wheelchair recommended

Major abdominal surgery

< 10 days following abdominal surgery, complications

> 14 days without complications

Wheelchair recommended. Medical escort may be needed

Pancreatitis   

Acute illness

Stable conditions

Wheelchair recommended. Medical escort and special meal recommended

 

Genitourinary Diseases


Diagnosis/conditions

Unsuitable conditions for air travel

Thai Airways Travel clearance accepted

Information, suggestions for treating doctor

Glomerulonephritis

Acute illness

Stable conditions

Wheelchair recommended. Medical escort and special meal recommended

 

Pregnancy and neonates


Diagnosis/conditions

Unsuitable conditions for air travel

Thai Airways Travel clearance accepted

Information, suggestions for treating doctor

Infant

first 7 days of life

Assessment of lung conditions before flight

Fertility treatment

<14 days

   

Miscarriage

Active bleeding

< 7 days with stable conditions, no bleeding, no pain

Clarify Complete Blood Count (CBC) result.

Single uncomplicated pregnancy

Single pregnancy      > 36 weeks,

Single pregnancy < 36 weeks for flying time  < 4 hours, < 34 weeks for flying times  > 4 hours with confirmation from obstetrician for flight

Must have a medical certificate confirming the date of delivery and conditions of pregnancy

Multiple uncomplicated pregnancy

> 32 weeks

< 32 weeks

Pregnancy > 28 weeks must have a medical certificate confirming the date of delivery and conditions of pregnancy

Complicated pregnancy, history of premature delivery

 

Only on authorization of obstetrician for safe condition

must have a medical certificate confirming the date of delivery and conditions of pregnancy

 

Orthopedics and Trauma


Diagnosis/conditions

Unsuitable conditions for air travel

Thai Airways Travel clearance accepted

Information, suggestions for treating doctor

Burns

> 20% of body surface, still in shock stage, infected skin

Stable conditions, no infection, wound clean

Medical escort needed

Fracture of mandible

Fixed wiring and travelling alone

Doctor escort

Doctor must carry wire cutters

Full plaster cast, fracture limbs

< 48 hours following application of a plaster cast

Cast longitudinal split and  > 48 after application

No medical escort needed, long leg for lower limb fracture. Passengers with full-length above knee casts must travel by stretcher

 

Miscellaneous


Diagnosis/conditions

Unsuitable conditions for air travel

Thai Airways Travel clearance accepted

Information, suggestions for treating doctor

Breast augmentation,  Breast Implant

< 5 days for flying time > 4 hrs

10-14 days

Risk of Blood Clots in the legs and Pulmonary Embolism, should walk oftenly in cabin

Decompression sickness (DCI), Scuba diving

< 24 hours after diving or symptoms of DCI

> 24 hours after diving or  after appropriate treatment in hyperbaric chamber

Medical escort may be needed. In flight O2 is recommended

Diabetes

Uncontrolled blood sugar

Stable conditions

No medical escort needed, passenger may request special diabetic meal, Insulin-dependent diabetics must have a letter of authorization from their doctor to allow carriage of needles in the hand luggage. Insulin should be carried in a cool bag or pre-cooled vacuum flask

High altitude sickness

Severe symptoms such as inability to walk, decreasing mental status, pulmonary edema, brain edema

Stable conditions

Medical escort may be needed. In flight O2 is recommended

Patient on ventilator

Seriously ill   

Stable conditions, travel with medical team

Ventilator must operated with Lithium batteries

Peritoneal dialysis

 

After medical clearance

 

Transgender operation

 

> 14 days with stable conditions

 

 

Requirement for oxygen, medical equipments, Disable  Passengers


Patients must contact Thai Airways International Office before trip

Unaccompanied Minors / Young Passengers

      The person accompanying the child can be a family member, guardian or other appointed person. However, if the child is traveling alone, parents must apply for unaccompanied minor service with THAI.

       For children traveling between the age of 5 to 17 years old one must contact their local THAI office to make reservations and request a special assistance & handling form for unaccompanied minors. The handling form requires the age and date of birth of a child, contact number of an appointed guardian that can always be contacted both at the departing and arriving airport. The information enables THAI to make necessary arrangements and assist the child in the best possible way.
Any service charge is included and stated on ticket booking.
 
         Special Conditions
•    THAI will not accept children traveling alone on any itineraries including the transfer between Suvarnabhumi and Don Muang Airport.
•    THAI will not accept children traveling alone that involves an overnight stop or transfer, or stopover exceeding 6 hours, unless the arrangement is provided for a child’s assistance at the transfer point.
•    If a child travels with other air carriers, different regulations may apply. The age limit for unaccompanied minors on other air carriers may differ, and it is advisable to consult the carrier concerned.
•    Mentally-challenged children are not eligible to apply for the unaccompanied minor service.
•    An unaccompanied minor is not permitted to travel with pets.
•    It is important to check that all visas and other formalities are completed.
•    Additional documentation may be required for certain countries; such as minors of other nationalities travelling to the Philippines must obtain a waiver of exclusion issued by the Philippines Embassy.

 

Ticket Fare and Service Fee


       For International Routes: An adult fare is charged for children who apply for the unaccompanied minor service, between 5 – to below 17 years old. The service fee is USD 60 per flight.
 
       For Domestic Routes in Thailand: Fifty percent (50%) of the normal fare for children, between 5 – to below 12 years old is applied if the unaccompanied service is required.
       Please check with the local THAI office for specific fares and regulations. There is no service fee on domestic routes.

 

 

 

At the airport

       THAI requires that parents or guardian be at the airport with a child and remain at the airport until the flight departs. Parents must complete check-in formalities for THAI to accept a child to travel.  Ground staff at the departure hall will transfer the child to cabin attendants for boarding, and the child will be well-taken care of during the entire flight.
 
       Upon arrival at the destination, THAI’s ground staff will accompany the child from the aircraft through all the arrival procedures until they meet the appointed guardian, who must identify themselves in order to pick up the child. The security and well-being of a child is of the utmost importance, and THAI ensures that he/she will arrive safely and handed over appropriately

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Air Travel with Children

• Inform the local reservation & ticketing officers about children’s information for appropriate seating and preparation of facilities on the aircraft

o The basket for babies less than 6 months of age, weighing less than 10 kg and not exceeding 62 cm in length  
o For babies less than 2 years old, an FAA-approved car-seat can be used on the normal paid seat

• Babies and toddlers must be held in the arms during take off and landing

• Prepare adequate clothing to keep the baby warm in the plane

• Air travel is not recommended for infants during the first week of life, when a newborn’s body is still adjusting to life outside the uterus and to assure that the child is healthy and free of congenital defects.

• Children with chronic disease may be at risk for hypoxia during flight, and a physician should be consulted before air travel.

• Changing cabin pressure cause temporary changes in middle ear pressure, which can result in pain. To minimize this, it is helpful to have a baby nurse a bottle, breast or suck on a pacifier (older children may drink from a cup or chewing gum) particularly during descent. This will help equalize the air pressure in the middle ear.  

• For children who suffer from motion sickness, medication can be used 30 minutes before departure

Preorder meal

 

CODE
CLASS
MENU NAME
MENU DESCRIPTION
PICTURE
F31
FIRST
LOBSTER THERMIDOR LOBSTER THERMIDOR WITH DUCHESS POTATO DISH OF LOBSTER MEAT COOKED IN BERCY SAUCE MIXED WITH MUSTARD AND MORNAY SAUCE SPRINKLED WITH CHEESE ARRANGED IN LOBSTER SHELL AND GLAZED, SERVED WITH DUCHESS POTATO.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT:SR SPML TG-LOBSTER

 

F32 FIRST GRILLED FILLET OF BEEF ROSSINI GRILLED FILLET OF BEEF ROSSINI GRILLED FILLET STEAK TOPPED WITH GOOSE LIVER ( FOIE GRAS ), BAKED POTATOES, MIXED VEGETABLES.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-BEEF ROSSINI
 
F33
FIRST SALMON TARRAGON SAUCE PAN-FRIED FILLET OF SALMON STEAK SERVED WITH FRESH TARRAGON WHITE CREAM SAUCE, LINGUINI PASTA, ROASTED VEGETABLES.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-SALMON TARRAGON
F34
FIRST
LAMB SALTIMBOCCA LAMB SALTIMBOCCA : A DISH OF LAMB LOIN WRAPPED WITH ITALIAN SMOKED HAM THEN SEASONING AND PAN-FRIED RARE SERVED WITH BLACK PEPPER CORN SAUCE, MASHED POTATO, GRILLED MIXED VEGETABLES.** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-LAMB
 F35 FIRST SCALLOP PROVENCALE THE IDEAL OF  PAN-FRIED SCALLOP IN OLIVE OIL SERVED WITH PROVENCALE SAUCE MADE FROM TOMATO CONCASSE, GARLIC, OLIVE OIL, HERBS AND SEASONING, ACCOMPANIED WITH PARISIENNE POTATOES AND GLAZED VEGETABLES.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-SCALLOP
 
F36 FIRST  GLASS NOODLES PAD THAI GLASS NOODLES PAD THAI WRAPPED IN OMELET SERVED WITH LOBSTER TAIL: THIS IS A THAI DISH MADE FROM BEANTHREAD STIR-FRIED WITH TOFU, GROUND PEANUT, SUGAR, TAMARIND JUICE, WRAPPED IN EGG OMELETTE AND SERVED WITH LOBSTER TAIL, FRESH BEANSPROUTS, CHINESE CHIVES.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT: SR SPML TG-PAD THAI
 
F37 FIRST STIR-FRIED PRAWN WITH GARLIC, CHILI, BASIL STIR-FRIED PRAWNS WITH CHILLI AND BASIL LEAVES SERVED WITH FRIED OVER-EASY EGG.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-PRAWN BASIL
 
F38 FIRST   STIR-FRIED CHICKEN WITH GARLIC, CHILI, BASIL STIR-FRIED CHICKEN OR BEEF WITH CHILLI AND BASIL LEAVES SERVED WITH FRIED| OVER-EASY EGG.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-CHICKEN BASIL
 
F39
FIRST
 STIR-FRIED BEEF WITH GARLIC, CHILI, BASIL STIR-FRIED BEEF WITH CHILLI AND BASIL LEAVES SERVED WITH FRIED| OVER-EASY EGG.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-BEEF BASIL
 
F40 FIRST STIR-FRIED PORK WITH GARLIC, CHILI, BASIL STIR-FRIED PORK WITH CHILLI AND BASIL LEAVES SERVED WITH FRIED| OVER-EASY EGG.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-PORK BASIL
F41
FIRST
BEEF GREEN CURRY WITH RICE   BEEF IN GREEN CURRY (KIEW-WAN) : A THAI CURRY COOKED FROM BEEF, GREEN CHILLI PASTE, COCONUT MILK, EGGPLANT, SWEET BASIL LEAVE, AND SEASONING  SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE AND VEGETABLES.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG- BEEF GREEN CURRY
 F42  FIRST CHICKEN GREEN CURRY WITH RICE
CHICKEN IN GREEN CURRY (KIEW-WAN) : A THAI CURRY COOKED FROM CHICKEN, GREEN CHILLI PASTE, COCONUT MILK, EGGPLANT, SWEET BASIL LEAVE, AND SEASONING  SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE AND VEGETABLES.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG- CHICKEN GREEN CURRY
 F43  FIRST PORK GREEN CURRY WITH RICE PORK IN GREEN CURRY (KIEW-WAN) : A THAI CURRY COOKED FROM PORK, GREEN CHILLI PASTE, COCONUT MILK, EGGPLANT, SWEET BASIL LEAVE, AND SEASONING  SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE AND VEGETABLES.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG- PORK GREEN CURRY

 

 

 F44  FIRST FISH CHU-CHEE FISH CHU-CHEE : A TRADITIONAL THAI DISH COOKED FROM SALMON FISH, RED CHILLI PASTE, COCONUT MILK, FISH SAUCE, KAFFIR LIME LEAVES, SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-FISH CHU CHEE
 F45  FIRST PRAWN CHU-CHEE PRAWN CHU-CHEE : A TRADITIONAL THAI DISH COOKED FROM PRAWN, RED CHILLI PASTE, COCONUT MILK, FISH SAUCE, KAFFIR LIME LEAVES, SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-PRAWN CHU CHEE
 F46  FIRST PRAWN PA NANG CURRY WITH RICE PRAWN CURRY PA NANG : PRAWN COOKED IN RED CURRY PASTE AND COCONUT MILK SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE, STIR-FRIED YOUNG CHINESE BROCCOLI AND GARLIC.  
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-PRAWN PA NANG

 F47  FIRST BEEF PA NANG CURRY WITH RICE BEEF CURRY PA NANG : BEEF COOKED IN RED CURRY PASTE AND COCONUT MILK SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE, STIR-FRIED YOUNG CHINESE BROCCOLI AND GARLIC.   
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-BEEF PA NANG
 F48  FIRST PORK PA NANG CURRY WITH RICE PORK CURRY PA NANG : PORK COOKED IN RED CURRY PASTE AND COCONUT MILK SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE, STIR-FRIED YOUNG CHINESE BROCCOLI AND GARLIC.  
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-PORK PA NANG
 F49  FIRST CHICKEN PA NANG CURRY WITH RICE
CHICKEN CURRY PA NANG : CHICKEN COOKED IN RED CURRY PASTE AND COCONUT MILK SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE, STIR-FRIED YOUNG CHINESE BROCCOLI AND GARLIC.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-CHICKEN PA NANG
F50 FIRST  CHICKEN MASSAMAN CURRY WITH RICE CHICKEN MASSAMAN  : A THAI DISH COOKED FROM CHICKEN, MASSAMAN CURRY PASTE, POTATO, SHALLOT, PEANUTS, COCONUT MILK, THAI HERBS AND SEASONING SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE, CHINESE BROCCOLI.
F51 FIRST BEEF MASSAMAN CURRY WITH RICE BEEF MASSAMAN  : A THAI DISH COOKED FROM BEEF, MASSAMAN CURRY PASTE, POTATO, SHALLOT, PEANUTS, COCONUT MILK, THAI HERBS AND SEASONING SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE, CHINESE BROCCOLI.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-BEEF MUSSAMAN
F52 FIRST PORK MASSAMAN CURRY WITH RICE PORK MASSAMAN  : A THAI DISH COOKED FROM PORK, MASSAMAN CURRY PASTE, POTATO, SHALLOT, PEANUTS, COCONUT MILK, THAI HERBS AND SEASONING SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE, CHINESE BROCCOLI.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-PORK MUSSAMAN
F53 FIRST ASSORTED SUSHI ASSORTED SUSHI AND ROLLS : THIS IS A JAPANESE DISH CONSISTING OF SUSHI ; SMOKED TUNA, MARINATED SALMON WITH LIME, PRAWN WITH MISO SAUCE, FOIE GRAS, SALMON ROE , CALIFORNIA ROLL,  ASSORTED JUMBO ROLL, SALMON AND CREAM CHEESE ROLL SERVED WITH PICKLED GINGER, WASABI AND SOYA SAUCE.
F54 FIRST CHILEAN SEA BASS X.O. SAUCE CHILEAN SEABASS WITH XO SAUCE :  A CHINESE DISH OF CHILEAN SEABASS, PAN-FRIED AND SERVED WITH XO SAUCE CHINESE STYLE, HEALTHY YELLOW NOODLE, SAUTEED DAW PAK CHOY AND CARROT.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-SEA BASS
F55 FIRST CHINESE ROAST DUCK CHINESE ROAST DUCK WITH YELLOW NOODLES : THIS IS A CHINESE DISH OF DUCK,ROASTED CHINESE STYLE, SERVED WITH YELLOW  NOODLES,CHINESE CHOY-SUM (PAK KWANG TUNG) AND SOY SAUCE WITH SLICED CHILLI.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT :SR SPML TG-ROAST DUCK
F56 FIRST BEEF IN BLACK PEPPER SAUCE STIR-FRIED BEEF IN BLACK PEPPER SAUCE : A CHOICE OF BEEF, STIR-FRIED WITH CAPSICUM AND BLACK PEPPER SAUCE CHINESE STYLE, SERVED WITH FRIED RICE,  STIR-FRIED TAIWANESE CABBAGE AND CARROT.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-BEEF BLACK PEPPER
F57 FIRST RICE WITH CHICKEN FLACOUR KAO-MAN-KAI : AN ORIENTAL DISH OF CHICKEN, STEAMED CHINESE STYLE, SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE WITH CHICKEN FLAVOUR, GINGER SOYA SAUCE ,AND  SWEET SOYA SAUCE.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-KAO MAN KAI
F58 FIRST TOM YUM KUNG TOM YUM KUNG : TOM YUM KUNG IS THAILAND’S MOST FAVORITE SOUP. IT IS A PRAWN SOUP WITH HERBAL INGREDIENTS LIKE CORIANDER, LEMON GRASS, KAFFIR LIME LEAVES AND GALANGAL ROOTS, SERVED WITH STEAMED RICE.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-TOM YUM KUNG
F59 FIRST FISH MAW WITH CRABMEAT FISH MAW WITH CRABMEAT SOUP: FISH MAW BRAISED IN BROTH, FRESH BLACK MUSHROOM SERVED WITH CRABMEAT AND CHINESE SOUR SAUCE (CHIG-CHOW).
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT: SR SPML TG-FISH MAW SOUP
F60 FIRST NOODLE SOUP WITH FISH BALLS A CHOICE OF CHINESE SOUP ; YELLOW NOODLES IN CHICKEN STOCK SERVED WITH FISH BALL BALLS AND COOKED CHOY SUM (KWANG TUNG) GARNISHED WITH CORIANDER LEAVES, SPRING ONION, TUNG CHAI, FRIED CHOPPED GARLIC, AND SLICED CHILLI IN VINEGAR.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT: SR SPML TG- NOODLE SOUP WITH FISH BALLS
 F61
FIRST
NOODLE SOUP WITH SHRIMP BALLS A CHOICE OF CHINESE SOUP ; YELLOW NOODLE IN CHICKEN SOUP SERVED WITH SHRIMP BALLS AND COOKED CHOY SUM (KWANG TUNG) GARNISHED WITH CORIANDER LEAVES, SPRING ONION, TUNG CHAI, FRIED CHOPPED GARLIC, AND SLICED CHILLI IN VENIGAR.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT: SR SPMLTG-NOODLE SOUP WITH SHRIMP BALLS
 F62
FIRST WONTON SOUP WITH PRAWN PRAWN WANTON SOUP : A CHINESE SOUP OF PRAWN WONTON AND COOKED TAIWANESE CABBAGE  IN PORK SOUP GARNISHED WITH CHOPPED SPRING ONION AND YELLOW  CHIVES.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT: SR SPML TG-WONTON SOUP
 F63
FIRST FISH BOILED RICE BOILED RICE WITH FISH : A THAI RICE SOUP DISH MIXED WITH SLICES SNAPPER GARNISHED WITH TUNG CHAI AND CORIANDER LEAVES.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-FISH BOILED RICE **
 F64
FIRST PRAWN BOILED RICE
BOILED RICE WITH PRAWN : A THAI RICE SOUP DISH MIXED WITH PRAWN GARNISHED WITH TUNG CHAI AND CORIANDER LEAVES.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-CHICKEN BOILED RICE OR : SR SPML TG-PRAWN BOILED RICE
 F65
FIRST MINCED PORK BOILED RICE BOILED RICE WITH MINCED PORK : A THAI RICE SOUP DISH MIXED WITH MINCED PORK GARNISHED WITH TUNG CHAI AND CORIANDER LEAVES.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-PORK BOILED RICE
 F66
FIRST MINCED CHICKEN BOILED RICE
BOILED RICE WITH MINCED CHICKEN : A THAI RICE SOUP DISH MIXED WITH MINCED CHICKEN GARNISHED WITH TUNG CHAI AND CORIANDER LEAVES.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT : SR SPML TG-CHICKEN BOILED RICE
 F67
FIRST RICE PORRIDGE WITH MINCED PORK RICE PORRIDGE WITH MINCED PORK : RICE PORRIDGE WITH MINCED PORK  GARNISHED WITH| FRESH JULIENNE OF GINGER,CORIANDER, AND GREEN ONION
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT :SR SPML TG-RICE PORRIDGE PORK
 F68
FIRST MUSHROOMS WITH ZUCCHINI AND SEMOLINA GNOCCHI ASSORTED MUSHROOMS WITH ZUCCHINI AND SEMOLINA GNOCCHI: THIS IS A HEALTHY MEAL CONSISTING OF THE FINEST WHEAT FLOUR COOKED IN ROMAN STYLE WITH ASSORTED MUSHROOMS IN CUCUMBER CUP AND SERVED WITH TOMATO CONCASSE.
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT:SR SPML TG-ZUCCHINI WZ MUSHROOM
 F69
FIRST BLACK COD WITH GINGER AND SPRING ONION
A HEALTHY DISH OF STEAMED BLACK COD WITH GINGER AND SPRING ONION SERVED WITH SUPERIOR SOYA SAUCE CHINESE STYLE, STEAMED BROWN RICE, SAUTEED FRESH VEGETABLES WITH XO SAUCE
** SPECIFY IN FREE TEXT:SR SPML TG-BLACK COD
 F70
FIRST EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET1 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDED
•    GRILLED BEEF FILLET SPICY SALAD THAI STYLE
•     PORK WITH VERMICELLI WRAPPED WITH CHINESE CABBAGE CLEAR SOUP
•    ROASTED DUCK WITH GRAPE IN RED CURRY
•    STIR-FRIED SPINACH WITH GARLIC AND CHILI
•    THAI STYLE OMELET
•    STEAMED THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    BANANA IN COCONUT MILK
 F71 FIRST EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET1 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    GRILLED CHICKEN FILLET SPICY SALAD THAI STYLE
•    PORK WITH VERMICELLI WRAPPED WITH CHINESE CABBAGE CLEAR SOUP
•    ROASTED DUCK WITH GRAPE IN RED CURRY
•    STIR-FRIED SPINACH WITH GARLIC AND CHILI
•    THAI STYLE OMELET
•    STEAMED THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    BANANA IN COCONUT MILK
 
 F72 FIRST EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET1 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    GRILLED PORK FILLET SPICY SALAD THAI STYLE
•    PORK WITH VERMICELLI WRAPPED WITH CHINESE CABBAGE CLEAR SOUP
•    ROASTED DUCK WITH GRAPE IN RED CURRY
•    STIR-FRIED SPINACH WITH GARLIC AND CHILI
•    THAI STYLE OMELET
•    STEAMED THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    BANANA IN COCONUT MILK
 
 F73 FIRST EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET1 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING - GRILLED PORK NECK SPICY SALAD THAI STYLE
•    PORK WITH VERMICELLI WRAPPED WITH CHINESE CABBAGE CLEAR SOUP
•    ROASTED DUCK WITH GRAPE IN RED CURRY
•    STIR-FRIED SPINACH WITH GARLIC AND CHILI
•    THAI STYLE OMELET
•    STEAMED THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    BANANA IN COCONUT MILK
 
 F74 FIRST EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET1  EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    GRILLED BEEF FILLET SPICY SALAD THAI STYLE
•    PORK WITH VERMICELLI WRAPPED WITH CHINESE CABBAGE CLEAR SOUP
•    ROASTED DUCK WITH GRAPE IN RED CURRY
•    STIR-FRIED SPINACH WITH GARLIC AND CHILI
•    THAI STYLE OMELET
•    STEAMED THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    YOUNG COCONUT JELLY AND BLACK GLUTINOUS RICE WITH LONGAN
 F75 FIRST EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET1 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    GRILLED CHICKEN FILLET SPICY SALAD THAI STYLE
•    PORK WITH VERMICELLI WRAPPED WITH CHINESE CABBAGE CLEAR SOUP
•    ROASTED DUCK WITH GRAPE IN RED CURRY
•    STIR-FRIED SPINACH WITH GARLIC AND CHILI
•    THAI STYLE OMELET
•    STEAMED THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    YOUNG COCONUT JELLY AND BLACK GLUTINOUS RICE WITH LONGAN
 
F76 FIRST EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET1 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    GRILLED PORK FILLET SPICY SALAD THAI STYLE
•    PORK WITH VERMICELLI WRAPPED WITH CHINESE CABBAGE CLEAR SOUP
•    ROASTED DUCK WITH GRAPE IN RED CURRY
•    STIR-FRIED SPINACH WITH GARLIC AND CHILI
•    THAI STYLE OMELET
•    STEAMED THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    YOUNG COCONUT JELLY AND BLACK GLUTINOUS RICE WITH LONGAN
 
F77 FIRST EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET1 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    GRILLED PORK NECK SPICY SALAD THAI STYLE
•    PORK WITH VERMICELLI WRAPPED WITH CHINESE CABBAGE CLEAR SOUP
•    ROASTED DUCK WITH GRAPE IN RED CURRY
•    STIR-FRIED SPINACH WITH GARLIC AND CHILI
•    THAI STYLE OMELET
•    STEAMED THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    YOUNG COCONUT JELLY AND BLACK GLUTINOUS RICE WITH LONGAN
 
F78 FIRST  HEALTHY THAI MENU HEALTHY THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    VEGETARIAN PAPAYA SALAD
•    MIXED VEGETABLES IN SWEET & SOUR SOUP "KANG SOM"
•    STIR-FRIED MUSHROOM WITH GARLIC, CHILI, BASIL
•    GRILLED EGGPLANT WITH BOILED EGG SPICY SALAD THAI STYLE
•    STEAMED THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    ASSORTED LOOK CHUB
F79 FIRST  EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET2  EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    TIGER PRAWN SPICY SALAD THAI STYLE
•    DRY FISH IN SOUR AND SPICY SOUP(TOM-KHLOHNG)
•    BEEF MASSAMAN
•    STIR-FRIED BITTER GOURD WITH EGG
•    DEEP FRIED KAO-SARN FISH
•    STEAMED THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    COCONUT MILK ICE CREAM AND PEANUT
 
F80 FIRST  EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET2  EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    TIGER PRAWN SPICY SALAD THAI STYLE
•    DRY FISH IN SOUR AND SPICY SOUP(TOM-KHLOHNG)
•    BEEF MASSAMAN
•    STIR-FRIED BITTER GOURD WITH EGG
•    DEEP FRIED KAO-SARN FISH
•    STEAMED THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    COCONUT MILK ICE CREAM AND PEANUT
 
 F81  FIRST
 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET3   EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    SEAFOOD (TIGER PRAWN/SCALLOP/SQUID) SPICY SALAD THAI STYLE
•    BLACK COD WITH HERB IN SPICY SOUP
•    CHICKEN WITH BAMBOO IN RED CURRY
•    STIR-FRIED WING BEAN WITH EGG
•    DUO OF STEAMED THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    BUA-LOY WITH YOUNG COCONUT IN COCONUT MILK
 
 F82  FIRST
 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET3   EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    SEAFOOD (TIGER PRAWN/SCALLOP/SQUID) SPICY SALAD THAI STYLE
•    BLACK COD WITH HERB IN SPICY SOUP
•    CHICKEN WITH BAMBOO IN RED CURRY
•    STIR-FRIED WING BEAN WITH EGG
•    DUO OF STEAMED THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    BUA-LOY WITH YOUNG COCONUT IN COCONUT MILK
 
 F83  FIRST
 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET4  EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    DEEP FRIED MARINATED CHICKEN WITH LEMON GRASS
•    PRAWN WITH YOUNG COCONUT (TOM YUM SOUP)
•    STIR-FRIED MINCED PORK WITH GARLIC, CHILI, BASIL
•    OMELET THAI STYLE
•    STEAMED PREMIUM THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    BLACK & WHITE GLUTINOUS RICE WITH LONGAN
 
F84
FIRST
 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET4  EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    DEEP FRIED MARINATED CHICKEN WITH LEMON GRASS
•    PRAWN WITH YOUNG COCONUT (TOM YUM SOUP)
•    STIR-FRIED MINCED PORK WITH GARLIC, CHILI, BASIL
•    OMELET THAI STYLE
•    STEAMED PREMIUM THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    BLACK & WHITE GLUTINOUS RICE WITH LONGAN
 
F85 FIRST EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET4 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    DEEP FRIED MARINATED CHICKEN WITH LEMON GRASS
•    PRAWN WITH YOUNG COCONUT (TOM YUM SOUP)
•    STIR-FRIED MINCED PORK WITH GARLIC, CHILI, BASIL
•    OMELET THAI STYLE
•    STEAMED PREMIUM THAI HOM MALI RICE
•    BLACK & WHITE GLUTINOUS RICE WITH LONGAN
 
F86 FIRST EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET5 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    MINCED PORK SALAD NORTH EASTERN STYLE (LARB MOO)
•    EGG TOFU AND MINCED PORK BALL / CLEAR SOUP
•    BEEF WITH EGGPLANT IN DRY GREEN CURRY
•    FRIED MARINATED SALMON WITH FISH SAUCE
•    STEAMED PREMIUM THAI HOM MALI RICE WITH CABBAGED COVERED
•    UN-CHUN TAB-TIM KROB WITH YOUNG COCONUT
F87 FIRST EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET5 EXCLUSIVE THAI MENU SET INCLUDING
•    MINCED PORK SALAD NORTH EASTERN STYLE (LARB MOO)
•    EGG TOFU AND MINCED PORK BALL / CLEAR SOUP
•    BEEF WITH EGGPLANT IN DRY GREEN CURRY
•    FRIED MARINATED SALMON WITH FISH SAUCE
•    STEAMED PREMIUM THAI HOM MALI RICE WITH CABBAGED COVERED
•    UN-CHUN TAB-TIM KROB WITH YOUNG COCONUT
 

Wheelchair Requests

Passengers must request wheelchairs at the time of booking, or at least 48 hours before departure date, if a wheelchair is needed.

THAI provides wheelchair service without any extra charge. However, please be advised that passengers must be able to take care of themselves during the flight. THAI will assist wheelchair passengers from wheelchair to seat, as well as to the aircraft’s lavatories.
 

           THAI provides wheelchairs on board the aircraft to enabling cabin crew to assist passengers when needed to the lavatory. However, cabin crew cannot assist the passenger inside the lavatory.
 
       If you are unable to take care of your personal needs inflight, we urge you to travel with a companion or escort, who can readily assist you and manage your needs.
       On your departure, THAI’s staff will assist you from the check-in counter to the aircraft door or cabin seat, and upon arrival, the staff will assist you with the baggage, through the arrival area.
 
       If a passenger has his/her own wheelchair, the size of personal wheelchair measurements and weight must be informed when booking, to enable us to make the necessary arrangements in order to load your wheelchair into the aircraft hold, and return it to you at the baggage hall of your destination airport.  If your wheelchair weighs over 32 kilograms (71 lbs.), special authorization from THAI is needed, due to weight and space restrictions at some airports.

Special Inflight Meals

Note  First-class passengers may reserve their premium gourmet meals on selected flights at least 24 hours prior to departure.

Code Description Note
AVML
Vegetarian Hindu/Indian vegetarian meal For THAI flights operating on or after since 1 JUN 09,
AVML will be prepared in Hindu/Indian vegetarian style.      
BBML
Baby meal for infant aged at more than 6 months old.
 
BLML
Soft meal. Recommended passengers with stomach or intestinal problems
 
CHML Child meal for children aged 2 years and older.
 
DBML Diabetic meal suitable for both non-insulin and insulin dependent diabetics.
 
FPML
Fruit platter meal prepared with fresh fruits or dried fruits.
 
GFML
Gluten free diet, avoids gluten, which is found in wheat, rye, barley and oats.
 
HNML

Hindu meal containing no beef, veal or pork. Prepared with lamb, fish and other meats. Milk products allowed.

 
KSML

Kosher meal conforms to the requirements of Jewish dietary laws.

 
LCML Low calorie diet meal     
LFML Low fat / cholesterol meal  
LSML Low salt meal with minimum sodium content.  
MOML Muslim meal, contains no pork, bacon, ham or alcohol.
Cooked according to Halal rules. MOML are normally served on THAI flights to Pakistan, so there is no need to request this type of meal on this route.            
 
NLML Low lactose meal. Omission of all foods containing milk, lactose, milk solids, whey, curd, and skimmed milk.  
SFML Seafood meal.  
RVML Raw vegetarian meal is a mixture of fresh vegetable and fruits.  
VGML Strict European vegetarian. No animal products of any type.  
VJML Vegetarian Jain meal / strict Indian vegetarian. Based on Jain customs. THAI offers VJML meal on flights on or after June 1, 2009.     
VLML Non-strict vegetarian prepared with dairy products
(eggs, cheese, fruits, vegetables, grains and nuts).
 
VOML Vegetarian oriental meal prepared in Chinese style.