Flights Udon to Bangkok cancelled

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Re: Flights Udon to Bangkok cancelled

Post by laksnrub » March 25, 2020, 11:50 am

Tuk Tuk driver out front entry selling mask for B100, nice profit


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Re: Flights Udon to Bangkok cancelled

Post by laksnrub » March 25, 2020, 12:12 pm

Nooky DBR been on the ground 1 hour, so much for the 45 minute turn around, Air Asia loading Pax, Thai smile BKK on final approach, Pax jam up in terminal, announcement again Mask to be worn, Nooky Delta Bravo Romeo take off, shes in the air, Thai smile touching down with another load of coronas, time for lunch at BK from plane spotter
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Re: Flights Udon to Bangkok cancelled

Post by anefarious1 » March 25, 2020, 1:48 pm

Thai Smile flight BKK to Udon set for Mar 27 was canceled.

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Re: Flights Udon to Bangkok cancelled

Post by jackspratt » March 31, 2020, 5:28 pm

jackspratt wrote:
March 24, 2020, 4:12 pm
With Prayut's emergency decree on Thursday supposedly including a ban on domestic travel, relief may be at hand (no pun intended) for those of us unlucky enough to be holding domestic flight tickets for the near future.

Then, hopefully, Thai Smile (in my case) and other carriers will be obliged to issue refunds, or at worst, full credits without any change fees.
As anticipated, I have now been offered a range of options by Thai Smile for a cancelled flight WE3 in early May:

1. take a later flight the same day (14.15 in lieu of 08.30 departure ex UTH), or another date

2. fly to another destination (domestic I assume) without any fees or charges

3. full refund

4. EMD (which I assume is a voucher)for the full value of the fare(s), valid for 365 days, and no change fees

Changes can be done online at https://member.thaismileair.com/customerservice/refund or by phone at 1181 or +6621188888.

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Re: Flights Udon to Bangkok cancelled

Post by samster » April 1, 2020, 2:58 pm

jackspratt wrote:
March 31, 2020, 5:28 pm
jackspratt wrote:
March 24, 2020, 4:12 pm
With Prayut's emergency decree on Thursday supposedly including a ban on domestic travel, relief may be at hand (no pun intended) for those of us unlucky enough to be holding domestic flight tickets for the near future.

Then, hopefully, Thai Smile (in my case) and other carriers will be obliged to issue refunds, or at worst, full credits without any change fees.
As anticipated, I have now been offered a range of options by Thai Smile for a cancelled flight WE3 in early May:

1. take a later flight the same day (14.15 in lieu of 08.30 departure ex UTH), or another date

2. fly to another destination (domestic I assume) without any fees or charges

3. full refund

4. EMD (which I assume is a voucher)for the full value of the fare(s), valid for 365 days, and no change fees

Changes can be done online at https://member.thaismileair.com/customerservice/refund or by phone at 1181 or +6621188888.
I was thrown by the abbreviation EMD but, after applying, you get an email confirming it is a cash voucher.

Did mine yesterday. Note that if there is more than 1 passenger on the same flight confirmation, you will need to do twice as there are separate booking references

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Re: Flights Udon to Bangkok cancelled

Post by jackspratt » April 1, 2020, 3:29 pm

Thanks for the update, samster, and the new information re multiple bookings.

I will do mine shortly.

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