With effective from 3rd May 2018 onwards, TG349/TG350 will operate to/from New Islamabad Intl Airport instead of Benazi Bhutto Intl Airport.Information for new airport
Information for new airport
- Approximate 50 KM from town
- Approximate 30 KM from Benazi Bhutto Intl Airport
- Thai Airways operates at zone 4
- Check-in at 3rd Floor
- Departure lounge at 2nd Floor
For additional information or queries please contact our local office in Islamabad at phone number (92 51) 227 0090 Office Hours: Mon - Sat, 9 a.m. - 5.30 p.m. (except public holiday)
Enjoy the convenience and ease of internet check-in for THAI operated flights. Check-in can be made from 24-1 hour prior to scheduled flight departure at all THAI check-in online stations.
• iCheck-in cannot be used with upgraded travel using Royal Orchid Plus miles.
• THAI reserves the right to deny boarding if passenger’s travel document are not complete.
• iCheck-in is not available for THAI SMILE flights (WE) including the TG flights operating by THAI SMILE.
Please enter the reservation code and the name standing on the booking to view and/or manage the booking details such as select/change seat, special meal, specify Royal Orchid Plus number, contact information.
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