Thai Airways: Vienna, Airbus A350 and Humanitarian Flight

The airline [19459109] Thai Airways will relaunch this winter a connection in between Bangkok and Vienna more than 24 decades immediately after having landed in Austria for the past time. The shipping and delivery of his fifth Airbus A350-900 was the subject matter of a humanitarian flight, carrying faculty provides for deprived children.

Introduced on social networks Saturday, the return of the Thai nationwide company to Austria is scheduled on sixteen November 2017 with 4 flights a week in between its foundation at Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi and Vienna-Schwechat operated in Boeing 777-200ER able to accommodate 30 passengers in Company class and 262 in Financial state. Departures are scheduled on Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at one:30 am to get there at seven:00 am, return flights leaving the Austrian capital at 13:30 to land the next working day at five:twenty.

[19459109] EVA Air on this abandoned street in April 1993 (it handed through the air), and with Then by Athens).

The company also took possession of its fifth Airbus A350-900 baptized “ Yannawa ” and configured to accommodate 32 passengers in Company class and 289 in Financial state. The MSN123 registered HS-THF flew from Toulouse Friday with on board a thousand kits which includes backpacks and faculty provides. When in Bangkok, donations were transferred to the 3 key provinces of southern Thailand “ in which source to educational facilities was significantly hampered by the persistent conflict ,” the plane manufacturer stated in a statement . The products transported by the plane were donated by the Airbus Foundation, its spouse Aviation sans frontières and the international faculty of Toulouse. This is the fifth charity flight jointly understood by the Airbus Foundation and the company THAI. The former flights, organized on the occasion of deliveries of A380 and A330, carried a huge cargo of products, which includes professional medical machines and humanitarian assist, as nicely as gifts for children in need.

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