Star Alliance founding member Thai Airways has finalised its schedule for the upcoming winter season to 30 March 2024.

The Bangkok-based flag carrier will operate to 51 destinations, including double daily flights to London’s Heathrow, Frankfurt and Melbourne.

Thai Airways long-haul routes with daily flights comprise Copenhagen; Stockholm; Munich; Istanbul (from 1 December); Paris; Zurich; and Sydney.

The airline will deploy its Airbus A350-900 and Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on its services to Europe and Australia.

Thai Airways currently operates just under 50 widebody aircraft, as well as 20 short-haul Airbus A320s.

On the regional front, the airline will offer double daily frequencies to both Tokyo’s Haneda and Narita airports, as well as to Osaka’s Kansai.

In the interim, Bangkok-Seoul will increase to thrice-daily flights this winter, and Bangkok-Taipei will increase to double daily from 1 January.

Elsewhere in Northeast Asia, Thai Airways will fly to Nagoya, Sapporo, Fukuoka, Manila, Kaohsiung, Shanghai and Guangzhou daily.

Moreover, Bangkok-Hong Kong will increase to four times a day from 1 February, up from thrice-daily flights currently offered.

Service to Beijing will resume daily operations from 1 December, and Bangkok-Chengdu and Bangkok-Kunming will both increase to five-weekly from the same date.