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THAI Adjusts Summer Flights and Confirms Normal Operations

Time:2014-02-16

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) adjusted the flight schedule for
the Summer Program 2014 and confirms normal passenger services.

Mr. Chokchai Panyayong, THAI Senior Executive Vice President and Acting President, said that there are two flight programs: Summer Program that begins at the end of March until the end of October and Winter Program that begins at the end of October until the end of March, whereby the flight schedule on each route may be adjusted based on commercial requirements of each period. THAI and Thai Smile will adjust the flight schedule for Summer Program 2014 as follows:

1. Seasonal Frequency Increase
- TG948/949 Bangkok-Madrid-Bangkok, from 3 flights to 4 flights per week
- TG431/432 Bangkok-Denpasar-Bangkok, from 5 flights per week to daily flights
- TG2600/2601 Bangkok-Chongqing-Bangkok, from 3 flights to 4 flights per week
- TG2901/2902 Bangkok-Colombo-Bangkok, from 6 flights per week to daily flights
- TG2925/2926 Bangkok-Hyderabad-Bangkok, from 4 flights to 5 flights per week

2. Seasonal Frequency Reduction
- TG922/923 Bangkok-Frankfurt-Bangkok, from 6 flights to 5 flights per week
- TG950/951 Bangkok-Copenhagen-Bangkok, from 7 flights to 6 flights per week
- TG954/955 Bangkok-Oslo-Bangkok, from 7 flight to 5 flights per week
- TG960/961 Bangkok-Stockholm-Bangkok, from 7 flights to 6 flights per week
- TG970/971 Bangkok-Zurich-Bangkok, from 7 flights to 6 flights per week
- TG974/975 Bangkok-Moscow-Bangkok, from 6 flights to 4 flights per week
- TG473/474 Bangkok-Brisbane-Bangkok, from 7 flights to 5 flights per week
- TG349/350 Bangkok-Islamabad-Bangkok, from 4 flights to 3 flights per week

3. Seasonal Temporarily Suspended Flights
- Bangkok-Sendai-Bangkok
- Copenhagen-Phuket-Copenhagen
- Stockholm-Phuket-Stockholm
- Bangkok-Luang Prabang-Bangkok

The increase or decrease in flight frequencies are normal seasonal adjustments and not due to the political situation. Furthermore, with regard to news that employees are encouraged to join in shutting down THAI on 10 February 2014, the Company reassures passengers that its employees will provide normal passenger services and will not shutdown.

Passengers may check flight schedules, make reservations, issue tickets, and check-in byaccessing www.thaiairways.com, www.thaismileair.com, or through THAI Flight Check
application, http://bit.ly/THAIflightcheck or THAI Contact Center at Tel. 02-356-1111.

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