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Ett antal dagar sent så flyger SAS till Thailand. :kort:

Dom har ett problem en A340-300 har fastnat i Bangkok.  :bag:

Arlanda i morgon:

08-11-29 20:20 Bangkok SK975 5 Fritt format.., REROUTE UTAPAU  SCANDINAVIAN SAS


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Mera infenation nu Thai inte.

Tid  Forv.  Fra  Flyselskab  Flynr.  Status SMS

00:00  Bangkok SAS SK6972 Cancelled 

00:55  Istanbul Pegasus Airlines H9833 

06:00  Sharm  NRD686 

06:25  Bangkok SAS SK972 Cancelled 

06:35  Bangkok Thai Airways TG950 

06:35  Utapao Thai Airways TG9509 

07:10  Newark SAS SK910 

07:15  Washington SAS SK926 Cancelled

se Kastrup DK


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Update 29 November, 12:00 CET (18:00 ICT)

SAS starts bringing customers back from Thailand

SAS Scandinavian Airlines will today divert its Stockholm to Bangkok flight to U-tapao, 150 kilometers, from Bangkok in order to start bringing stranded passengers home to Europe.

Tonight’s scheduled flight from Stockholm to Bangkok, SK975, will depart Stockholm as scheduled at 20:20 CET, but divert to U-tapao instead of the closed Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Stranded SAS passengers in Bangkok will be transported to U-tapao to depart on tomorrow’s return flight to Stockholm, SK976. SAS passengers in Bangkok will be informed of the new departure time from local staff in Bangkok. The flight is expected to arrive in Stockholm tomorrow evening.

“We are pleased to be able to start operating flights to and from Thailand in order to get our customers home,” says Lars Sandahl Sörensen, CEO, Scandinavian Airlines International. “We regret the inconvenience this has caused our passengers, and we have done everything possible to take the best care of those affected here in Bangkok.” Sandahl Sörensen is himself amongst the stranded passengers in Bangkok.

SAS in Bangkok is working closely with U-tapao’s airport to provide the best service for arriving and departing SAS passengers in regards to arrival and departure formalities.

The Airbus A340-400 that will operate to U-tapao has 245 seats. Stranded passengers will depart on a first in, first out basis. This means that passengers who have been stranded the longest will be prioritized and be the first to leave Thailand.

If the situation at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport does not resolve in the next few days, SAS will continue to fly to U-tapao. SAS continuously monitors the situation.

SAS also has one aircraft at Suvarnabhumi Airport, which it aims to operate to Copenhagen as soon as the airport opens or aircraft can be released.

At this time, SAS will only transport passengers with end-destination Bangkok to U-tapao. Transferring passengers to destinations beyond Bangkok will be rerouted to other flights.




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