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Thai Airways International Public Co., ltd., whose IATA code is TG, is the largest Thai airline company. Thai Airways belongs to Ministry of Finance (Thailand). It is a member airline of Star Alliance. The airline’s hub is located at Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok. The secondary hub can be found at Phuket International Airport.


89 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road Bangkok 10900, Thailand

Flight irregularity

Flight # From To Expected Arrival Actual Arrival
TG922 Bangkok International Airport
Landing Frankfurt am Main Airport
EXPECTED 29.01.2023 19:05:00
ACTUAL 29.01.2023 22:50:00
TG652 Bangkok International Airport
Landing Incheon International
EXPECTED 27.01.2023 15:25:00
ACTUAL 27.01.2023 18:39:00
TG352 Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
Landing Bangkok International Airport
EXPECTED 14.01.2023 08:40:00
ACTUAL Cancelled
TG336 Indira Gandhi International Airport
Landing Bangkok International Airport
EXPECTED 14.01.2023 07:45:00
ACTUAL Cancelled
TG625 Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Landing Bangkok International Airport
EXPECTED 14.01.2023 21:25:00
ACTUAL 15.01.2023 01:33:00
TG313 Bangkok International Airport
Landing Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport
EXPECTED 12.01.2023 00:40:00
ACTUAL 09.02.2023
TG923 Frankfurt am Main Airport
Landing Bangkok International Airport
EXPECTED 11.01.2023 13:45:00
ACTUAL Cancelled

The subsidiary airlines of Thai Airways include Thai Smile and Nok Air. The airline has 80 fleets and flies to 74 destinations. Thai Airways' frequent flyer programme is Royal Orchid Plus. To register for the programme, click here for guidelines. Thai Airways Service Centre contact details are here.

Thai Airways check-in

It is possible to check in with Thai Airways using several methods - online, on your mobile phone or tablet, or in the airport with a self-check-in machine or at the airline check-in desk.

Passengers who demand specific on-board services, or who are travelling with pets, are required to check in at the airline counter in the departure airport.

Discover more about ways to check in with Thai Airways here.

Thai Airways online check-in

Online check-in is possible 24 hours ahead of the departure and makes it possible for you to select your seat and either print out your boarding pass or get it in mobile version (be aware that not all airports have mobile check-in as a choice).

Online check-in for Thai Airways is available here.

Thai Airways mobile check-in

You are able to simply check in and download the mobile boarding pass to your device wherever you are. From 24 hours prior to departure, you can check in, book your seat, and get your boarding pass using your mobile phone. Mobile check-in is not possible in all airports, so it is important to look this up when planning your trip.

In case you have a problem with your mobile boarding pass, you can go to the airline check-in desk or a check-in machine (where available) for a regular paper one. If you’re having problems with your phone, or have mistakenly deleted your boarding pass, the above is further applicable.

Thai Airways self-check-in machines

These are the stand-alone computer screens for use in airports for checking yourself in. Always make sure that check-in machines are available prior to travelling to the airport of departure. With most check-in machines, you can check in using your passport, or by entering your last name and the flight booking reference (found in your booking confirmation).

Thai Airways check-in time: Deadlines

The point of check-in deadlines is to make sure flights leave on time. You should have checked in baggage and have your boarding pass – regardless of how you checked in – prior to the deadline.

Please follow the link for additional information in relation to Thai Airways check-in deadlines.

Thai Airways baggage allowance

Further details about Thai Airways' baggage policy can be found here.

Thai Airways hand luggage / carry-on baggage

Your flight ticket travel class determines the carry-on baggage allowance when flying with Thai Airways. The carry-on baggage must comply with the airline’s regulations.

You must check your carry-on baggage at a Thai Airways counter or, if available, at the departure airport, by using a self-service bag drop service, when it does not conform to the airline's regulations. It is important to note that this may require an extra charge.

For Thai Airways, flight route, connecting flights as well as travel class decide the amount of carry-on baggage items permitted – for detailed information on this, go here.

Carry-on baggage dimensions – max. 55 x 45 x 25 cm
Dimensions of foldable garment bags – max. 37 x 25 x 12 cm

Thai Airways check-in baggage

The ticket fare and travel class determine your free baggage allowance.

Thai Airways checked baggage allowance

Economy Class – combined weight of baggage items 23-30 kg (dependent on flight route)
Royal Silk Class - combined weight of baggage items 32-40 kg (dependent on flight route)
Royal First Class - combined weight of baggage items 32-50 kg (dependent on flight route)

Thai Airways excess baggage rules

Several things should be considered for excess and special baggage items. Here you can find more detailed information concerning this and flat fees.

Thai Airways sports baggage policy

When taking sports equipment on your flight, the information here will be of use. It is a good idea to make a reservation for your sports equipment before travelling because there is a limitation on the amount of space available for these items.

More detailed information concerning sports baggage and equipment regulations can be found here.

Thai Airways baggage problems

Baggage getting damaged or failing to get to the destination can be because of several variables. The baggage handling area having technical problems, unfavourable weather conditions, or the baggage tag detaching, can all lead to a variety of issues with your baggage.

For details on how and where to claim for damaged baggage, or to get more information respecting how to trace baggage which is delayed, go here.

Thai Airways: luggage which is damaged / delayed

Damaged or delayed baggage needs to be declared promptly at the Thai Airways baggage tracing desk or the airline's service desk. It is necessary to keep all flight documents, most importantly your boarding pass and baggage claim tag.

You must always provide your claim reference number and written confirmation. Till your baggage is delivered, or claim resolution, it is necessary to save these documents.

There is also the option to enforce a claim for problems with baggage employing MYFLYRIGHT, more detailed information on this can be found here.

Thai Airways flight ticket booking: Travel classes

The quality of accommodation onboard is dependent on the travel class. The choice of classes available differs by airline. Passengers can select from Thai Airways' 3 travel classes – Economy, Royal Silk, and Royal First Class. Cabin classes are then also divided into invisible booking classes, which provide different services.

To find out more with regards to Thai Airways travel classes follow the link.

Thai Airways Economy Class

The most affordable travel class offered by the airline. Economy Class on Thai Airways is offered for all flights.

Seats – 32-inch seat pitch
On-board entertainment – films, games, music, and news
On-board meal – a snack or a hot meal is served on all flights

Thai Airways Business Class / Royal Silk Class

A class which allows passengers to travel in excellent comfort. The calibre of seating, food and beverages, service while on the ground, as well as on-board perks, distinguish Royal Silk Class from Economy.

Thai Airways Business Class: Short & mid-haul

Passenger benefits

Priority check-in – check in at the special counters
Additional baggage – greater baggage allowance up to 40 kg (combined weight)
Lounges – access to exclusive lounges
Priority boarding – boarding the plane first
Seats – customizable spacious seats
On-board meal – premium international meals

You can find additional information relating to Thai Airways Business Class on short and medium-haul routes via the link.

Thai Airways Business Class: Long-haul

Passenger benefits

Priority check-in – check in at the separate check-in desks
Additional baggage – greater baggage allowance up to 40 kg of combined baggage items
Lounges – access to exclusive lounges
Priority boarding – boarding the plane first
Seats – customizable spacious seats
On-board meal – premium international meals
On-board entertainment
– passengers are able to choose from films, games, music, and news with Thai Airways' inflight entertainment

Find out more information concerning Thai Airways Business Class on long-haul flights by following the link.

Thai Airways First Class / Royal First

Royal First Class is the finest class available to the passengers. There are a smaller number of seats along with added space, comfort, a higher calibre of service, and privacy.

Go here for further detailed information about Thai Airways Royal First Class.

Priority check-in – priority check-in at a separate desk
First Class Lounges – access to premium lounges
Seats – separate cabins with seats that are convertible into a fully-flat bed
On-board mealluxury meals

Thai Airways airport lounges

There are several types of lounges provided by Thai Airways – domestic and international.

Flying with a baby or child on Thai Airways

Separate seats are required for children aged two (2) and above.

Please note that some countries have particular regulations regarding minors entering or exiting that country, who are travelling on their own, with a parent, or with an adult who is not the parent.

Always look up which documents are requisite for your flight prior to flying, to make sure entering and exiting is permitted in a particular country.

Children’s menu – available on board.

Travelling with pets on Thai Airways flights

Travelling with pets with Thai Airways is allowed. Requires contacting the airline to register.

In the event that the animal meets weight, size, country, in addition to other airline restrictions, you are able to fly with it with an additional fee as carry-on baggage or within the cargo hold of the plane.

Further information about travelling with pets with Thai Airways is available on this page.

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MYFLYRIGHT is a legal tech company, specialized in the support of airline passengers affected by flight delays, flight cancellations, denied boarding, delayed or lost luggage and the refund of unused airline tickets. MYFLYRIGHT was founded 2016 in Hamburg, Germany. The company operates out of 3 offices, its headquarter in Hamburg and its branches in Prague, Czech Republic and Zaporizhia, Ukraine. Currently, MYFLYRIGHT employs a team of around 25 people working in Marketing, Operations, Legal, Customer Support and IT. The organization operates across 5 markets – Germany, United Kingdom, Romania, Austria, and Switzerland.

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