How To Fix Thai Airways First Class Downgrade

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    I recently wrote about how operationally unreliable Thai Airways is, given how many last minute equipment swaps they have. If you book a flight a year out, it's not unusual to have the equipment type changed a handful of times. It's what I (not so) endearingly like to refer to as "getting TGed." Most recently, Thai Airways cancelled first class service to Sydney, by changing the plane they fly on the route from a three class 747-400 to a two class 777-300. This ended one of the only realistic Star Alliance first class award options to Australia, which was terrible for everybody who had booked first class awards on this route. Earlier this month, Thai reversed course by rescheduling a three class 747-400 on the Bangkok to Sydney route, once again offering a first class product. But this time the issue isn't what Thai did do... it's what Thai didn't do. The post How To Fix Thai Airways First Class Downgrade appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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