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If you're looking for Thai Airways flights, then you may be wondering if Thai Airways has a loyalty program for its customers that you could take advantage of – and they do. Joining Royal Orchid Plus is a good idea because they offer so many perks that you would otherwise not be able to make use of, and the best part is that Royal Orchid Plus is free to sign up to. When you join Royal Orchid Plus you will have access to Royal Orchid Plus Perks. It will also give you better deals when you book Thai Airways flights and their customer service will handle your Thai Airways reservations before other passengers.
If you are planning to fly with Thai Airways then you should take advantage of Thai Airways loyalty program Royal Orchid Plus, which will allow you to take more baggage on board than a normal passenger. In most cases when using Thai Airways you will be allowed to have one large check-in suitcase that weighs 30kg, and you will also be allowed one medium sized carry on suitcase that weighs 10kg. On top of this, you will be allowed to carry one small laptop sized bag, which you will be able to store under your seat.
If you would like to bring your furry friend along with you on a Thai Airways flight then you should know that you can bring your pet with you. There are a few requirements to fulfil before you can do this. If you want your pet to fly in the storage hold then your pet will have to be given a sedative for them to sleep throughout the flight. They will also need to have a pet passport and vaccination card and some airports will have to quarantine the animals after arrival for health and safety reasons. If you would like to take your pet on board the aeroplane, in the cabin, then you can only do so if your pet is contained in its travel cage for the duration of the flight and the cage can fit by your feet or under your chair.
Yes, Thai Airways currently has 56 flights out of London Heathrow per week.
Thai Airways flies 120 different routes (102 international and 18 domestic) on a yearly basis. You can find Thai Airways flights to 27 different countries. Based on our data, London is the most popular domestic destination and flying to Bangkok is the most popular international destination.
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi, Phuket City, and Chiang Mai are the most popular airports Thai Airways uses on a routine basis throughout the year.
To check the flight status of Thai Airways, you can give them a call at +44 (0)20 7491 7953 or visit their website at thaiairways.com. Or, you can use our on-page Flight Tracker that provides you with real-time Thai Airways flight information, including terminal and gate number, arrival and departure times, and flight status.
The cheapest domestic return Thai Airways flight is from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Udon Thani. This route is £50 per ticket and has 0 stops. Flying from Udon Thani to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi is the cheapest one-way domestic flight with Thai Airways. This flight costs £23 per ticket and has 0 stops.
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Siem Reap–Angkor Intl and back with 0 stops for £126 per ticket is the cheapest return international flight we could find from Thai Airways. The cheapest Thai Airways international flight we could find was flying from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Siem Reap–Angkor Intl. This is a one-way flight for £64 and has 0 stops.
Flying with Thai Airways does have some restrictions when it comes to baggage dimensions. If you choose to bring one, your checked bag should be 62in or smaller. Carry-on luggage must be 22x17x9in or smaller, and a personal item should be within 14x9x4in.