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Thai To Begin BKK-OSL  
User currently offlineSomeone83 From Norway, joined exactly 8 years ago today! , 3386 posts, RR: 3
Posted (5 years 5 months 1 day 4 hours ago) and read 14333 times:

Haven't seen any press releases yet, but Thai will start BKK-OSL using a 340-500 from June 15th. Tickets can already be booked

TG954/955 will be operated 5x weekly using a 340-500


From Amadeus:
** THAI AIRWAYS INTL - AN ** BKK BANGKOK.TH 56 MO 15JUN 0000
1 TG 955 C9 D9 J5 Z2 U9 Y9 B9 /OSL BKK 1455 0620+1 0/345 10:25
M9 H9 Q9 T9 K9 S9 V0 W0

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User currently offlineMAN2SIN2BKK From Thailand, joined Feb 2009, 238 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (5 years 5 months 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 14282 times:

Good spot; interestingly the flight is on the ground at Oslo for 7hr 55minutes before returning to BKK; this gives some posibilities of a future extention of the flight to a destination within 2 hours - MAN maybe??  stirthepot 

User currently offlineVadheim From Norway, joined Jul 2000, 623 posts, RR: 0
Reply 2, posted (5 years 5 months 1 day 2 hours ago) and read 14163 times:

Very good news  Smile

OSL-BKK 14:55 - 06:20 A345 10h25min 5 x weekly
BKK-OSL 00:35 - 07:00 A345 11h25min 5 x weekly


User currently offlineKiwiandrew From New Zealand, joined Jun 2005, 8565 posts, RR: 13
Reply 3, posted (5 years 5 months 1 day 2 hours ago) and read 14159 times:
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I'll believe it when I see photos of a TG aircraft at OSL , I am sure that they have announced this service before and never actually started it ( TG are very good at announcing services , not so good at actually commencing them )


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User currently offlineMillwallSean From Singapore, joined Apr 2008, 1244 posts, RR: 6
Reply 4, posted (5 years 5 months 1 day 2 hours ago) and read 14094 times:

Thats a very similar schedule to the ones TG serves ARN and CPH with.
I doubt its for an extension.

Another thing thats very interesting with this announcement is the choice of aircraft.
Both CPH and ARN, two markets that would be similar to OSL is served by old 747 and they are configured for plenty of economy passengers.
The 340-500 is a very different plane, with different economics, and I wonder if its suited to a route that will be dependent on the many tourists that visit Thailand.



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User currently offlineKevin777 From Denmark, joined Sep 2006, 1165 posts, RR: 1
Reply 5, posted (5 years 5 months 1 day 2 hours ago) and read 14077 times:



Quoting MAN2SIN2BKK (Reply 1):

Good spot; interestingly the flight is on the ground at Oslo for 7hr 55minutes before returning to BKK

Most of TG's flights sit around in Europe quite a few hours before they return to BKK; timings are, for instance, very similar to the BKK-CPH times. It has often been talked about that TG could extend these flights, but fifth freedom in Europe pretty much died when the LCC's came in seriously close to 10 years ago; an extension would be expensive, operationally messy with crew, and last but not least low yield; both for short- and long-haul pax on the final intra European leg.

Quoting Kiwiandrew (Reply 3):
I'll believe it when I see photos of a TG aircraft at OSL

Spot on - there is absolutely no risk for them in this. People will start booking, and if/when the route then doesn't materialize, they can easily be transferred via CPH, ARN or similar.

Besides, why start up a service in June? This is low-season in Thailand (no doubt this route will be heavily dominated by OSL originating pax). Also, a less than 2-month notice seems very little, further indicating that this won't materialize. For instance, a lot of they pax they could have gotten from OSL, are already booked via other airports on TG or other airlines.

No, believe it when I see it, too

Regards,

Kevin777  Smile



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User currently offlineHumberside From United Kingdom, joined Dec 2005, 4920 posts, RR: 4
Reply 6, posted (5 years 5 months 1 day 2 hours ago) and read 14054 times:



Quoting MAN2SIN2BKK (Reply 1):
MAN maybe??

How direct would MAN-OSL-BKK routing be?



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User currently offlineKevin777 From Denmark, joined Sep 2006, 1165 posts, RR: 1
Reply 7, posted (5 years 5 months 1 day 2 hours ago) and read 14050 times:



Quoting MillwallSean (Reply 4):
Another thing thats very interesting with this announcement is the choice of aircraft.
Both CPH and ARN, two markets that would be similar to OSL is served by old 747 and they are configured for plenty of economy passengers.
The 340-500 is a very different plane, with different economics, and I wonder if its suited to a route that will be dependent on the many tourists that visit Thailand

Very good point indeed. The 340-500's were purchased for the ULH BKK-LAX and BKK-JFK routes, with a configuration for this: 60J 42Y+ 116Y. The high density 744's to Scandinavia are: 14J 50Y+ 325Y (TG has no F to Scandinavia). The 345 is probably the worst a/c Thai could put on this leisure-heavy, Y-cabin hungry route, to Scandinavia, which is notorious for not having large premium markets.

Good luck filling up 102 premium seats, 5x weekly! OMG this is a laugh..

Kevin777  Smile



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User currently offlineEmptyarm From Norway, joined Jan 2007, 169 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (5 years 5 months 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 13925 times:



Quoting Humberside (Reply 6):
How direct would MAN-OSL-BKK routing be?

Not bad, according to Great Circle Mapper, just 93 miles more than MAN-BKK.


User currently offlineSomeone83 From Norway, joined exactly 8 years ago today! , 3386 posts, RR: 3
Reply 9, posted (5 years 5 months 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 13906 times:

I agree the 340-500 is not the best choice, but according to an article from last week, the alternative was to have those aircraft sitting idle inn BKK as they haven't been able to find a buyer for them. So instead they will fly to OSL to test out the route, despite having way too many C seats onboard

User currently offlineAsiaflyer From Singapore, joined May 2007, 1135 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (5 years 5 months 1 day ago) and read 13817 times:



Quoting Someone83 (Reply 9):
So instead they will fly to OSL to test out the route, despite having way too many C seats onboard

If demand on the route is good, why not take out 48 J seats and put in about 100 more Y seats?

Scandinavians are crazy about going to Thailand.
A collegue of mine came down on SK CPH-BKK for business purpose a while ago. He claimed he was the only one onboard who did not party most of the flight.



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User currently onlineEBGflyer From Denmark, joined Sep 2006, 1004 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (5 years 5 months 1 day ago) and read 13708 times:



Quoting Someone83 (Reply 9):
I agree the 340-500 is not the best choice, but according to an article from last week, the alternative was to have those aircraft sitting idle inn BKK as they haven't been able to find a buyer for them.

Exactly..sounds like they have a spare aircraft and might as well try it out. Wonder whether the number of economy tickets being released for sale will match the actual economy seats on each flight - perhaps chances for an upgrade will be good here.



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User currently offlineCXfirst From Norway, joined Jan 2007, 3067 posts, RR: 1
Reply 12, posted (5 years 5 months 23 hours ago) and read 13597 times:

I hope this goes through. Looking for tickets back to Norway in christmas (from PER). haven't liked the offerings TG have had to CPH (the best connection option) with the old 747. But, I would love to fly the A345

The only thing is, I don't want to take a risk. Buy tickets for it to get cancelled and me rerouted through CPH or ARN? Rather take SQ (again) then.

-CXfirst



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User currently offlineCHRISBA777ER From UK - England, joined Mar 2001, 5964 posts, RR: 62
Reply 13, posted (5 years 5 months 22 hours ago) and read 13534 times:

Have they not been re-configured? I thought they had been reconfigured?


What do you mean you dont have any bourbon? Do you know how far it is to Houston? What kind of airline is this???
User currently offlineKevin777 From Denmark, joined Sep 2006, 1165 posts, RR: 1
Reply 14, posted (5 years 5 months 22 hours ago) and read 13488 times:



Quoting EBGflyer (Reply 11):
Exactly..sounds like they have a spare aircraft and might as well try it out. Wonder whether the number of economy tickets being released for sale will match the actual economy seats on each flight - perhaps chances for an upgrade will be good here.

Just because you have a spare a/c it does not at all necessarily mean that's it more worth flying than grounded. Look at SQ - they are grounding 17 widebodies (up from previously announced 4) - because they can't find sufficiently profitable use for them (in other words, the revenue they make on the route still doesn't cover variable costs). I agree that they'll need some heavy discounting on premium seats, or plenty of upgrades, if this goes through - but either way, this is expensive.

Quoting CXfirst (Reply 12):
I hope this goes through. Looking for tickets back to Norway in christmas (from PER). haven't liked the offerings TG have had to CPH (the best connection option) with the old 747. But, I would love to fly the A345

The only thing is, I don't want to take a risk. Buy tickets for it to get cancelled and me rerouted through CPH or ARN? Rather take SQ (again) then.

-CXfirst

Well, problem in a nutshell - this route is being launched so late, at such a bad time of the year, with such a poor a/c match, that not even an a.netter would risk booking it...  Smile

When I see the 345 on the tarmac at OSL (and it's not a diversion!) I'll believe it!

Kevin777  Wink



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User currently offlineMAN2SIN2BKK From Thailand, joined Feb 2009, 238 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (5 years 5 months 22 hours ago) and read 13485 times:



Quoting CHRISBA777ER (Reply 13):
Have they not been re-configured? I thought they had been reconfigured?

As far as I am aware they are still 60J/42Y+/113Y. The Y class pitch of 36" is just about the best in the market and the Y+ is OK, but there is one really annoying thing - no foot rest so you find yourself having to readjust every few minutes.


User currently offlineSomeone83 From Norway, joined exactly 8 years ago today! , 3386 posts, RR: 3
Reply 16, posted (5 years 5 months 22 hours ago) and read 13457 times:

Press release from Thai

Quote:

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited is pleased to announce the introduction of a new non-stop service between Oslo and Bangkok.

The operation will start on 15th June, 2009 and there will be 5 weekly departures on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Departure time from Oslo is 14.55 hrs. with arrival Bangkok at 06.20 hrs. local time on the following day. Departure time from Bangkok is 00.35 hrs. with arrival Oslo at 07.00 hrs. local time on the same day.
The schedule has been adjusted to fit with domestic flights in Norway, as well as with THAI’s flights between Bangkok and regional routes in Asia and Australia/New Zealand.

THAI will use one of its newest aircraft, Airbus 340-500. The seat capacity is 215, divided into 60 flatbed seats in Royal Silk Class, 42 seats in Premium Economy Class, and 113 seats in Economy Class. The seat pitch is 60 inches in Royal Silk Class, 42 inches in Premium Economy Class and 36 inches in Economy Class. All seats are equipped with personal in-flight entertainment screens. The cargo capacity is 15 tons, equivalent to 80 cbm.

The service between Oslo and Bangkok is introduced 30 years after opening of THAI’s sales office in Oslo in 1979. Since then, the growth of traffic between Norway and Asia, leisure as well as corporate, has increased steadily. In 2008, more than 130,000 Norwegians visited Thailand, and THAI has several times received the Norwegian Grand Travel Award for best intercontinental airline.

For more information, please contact:
District Sales Manager Hilde Hirai, +47 90111189, or Area Sales Manager Flemming Sonne, + 45 26750002



User currently offlineLNv22 From Norway, joined Mar 2008, 182 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (5 years 5 months 22 hours ago) and read 13383 times:

This is good news!

Looking forward to fly Thai OSL-BKK, and of course have a A340-500 in regular traffic at OSL  Smile



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User currently offlineBushman From Russia, joined Jan 2007, 62 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (5 years 5 months 20 hours ago) and read 13133 times:

As a contrail spotter residing in Moscow I'd be very interested in routing of this flight in Moscow area, if it will ever enter it, of course  Smile
Does anyone know some details?


User currently offlineSASDC8 From Norway, joined Mar 2006, 756 posts, RR: 1
Reply 19, posted (5 years 5 months 20 hours ago) and read 13063 times:
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Quoting Kiwiandrew (Reply 3):
I'll believe it when I see photos of a TG aircraft at OSL

I totally agree with that one!

But hopefully I am wrong, and I would love to fly the 340-500 to BKK from OSL  Smile If it is operational in October when I am going to Thailand, I will have to try it Big grin

Let just hope that initial bookings are strong, so that it becomes a reality  cloudnine 

But I wonder how this might impact TG BKK-CPH and BKK-ARN and SK BKK-CPH, as a lot of Norwegians use these flights?

Cheers
Stein



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User currently offlineKaiGywer From United States of America, joined Oct 2003, 12250 posts, RR: 35
Reply 20, posted (5 years 5 months 20 hours ago) and read 13023 times:
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this would be a cool way to fly to OSL  Smile MSP-NRT-BKK-OSL


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User currently offlineMortyman From Norway, joined Aug 2006, 3932 posts, RR: 1
Reply 21, posted (5 years 5 months 20 hours ago) and read 12989 times:

Around 130000 Norwegians traveled to Thailand last year, and Thai Airways beleaves this will only increase in th years ahead, both amongs tourists and business passengers and then spcially business passengers in th oil sector.

- The market has been thre for a long time and we bleave that it is mature, says Hilde Hirai and th official Thai airways office in Norway.

Thai Airways is considering a codeshare cooperation with SAS, where one buys tickets through the Scandinavian airline, but travles with Thai Airways from Oslo.

http://www.aftenposten.no/reise/nyheter/article3035939.ece


User currently offlineVadheim From Norway, joined Jul 2000, 623 posts, RR: 0
Reply 22, posted (5 years 5 months 19 hours ago) and read 12722 times:

Great to get both Thai Airways to Bangkok and US Airways to Philadelphia from Oslo this summer  Smile

More news:
http://www.boarding.no/art.asp?id=36111

http://www.thaiairways.no/


User currently offlineAF022 From France, joined Dec 2003, 2161 posts, RR: 1
Reply 23, posted (5 years 5 months 18 hours ago) and read 12434 times:

This will probably put a bigger dent in SK's service to BKK than TG's existing flights from ARN or CPH

User currently offlineSurfandSnow From United States of America, joined Jan 2009, 2865 posts, RR: 30
Reply 24, posted (5 years 5 months 17 hours ago) and read 12126 times:

Thai couldn't make JFK work - a city with tons of high yielding business and leisure traffic. At least LAX still has the n/s BKK flight. Will be interesting to see how OSL pans out for the airline. I can't imagine Thailand's recent political troubles have helped TG's cause....


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25 Kevin777 : Just checked Thai's webpage, and surely, you can book a flight OSL-BKK nonstop in, say, July. However, the economy fare is at NOK 29.000 (about EUR 3.
26 YULWinterSkies : An A345 in OSL is ... unexpected to say the least! Yeah, but both TG and SK are part of *A, so any chance they would code-share?
27 Someone83 : Calm down, count to ten and take a deep breath! Better offers will come, however so far only full fare tickets have been put up for sale. But don't y
28 Aviasian : Right on the dot there!!! Sending an aircraft anywhere just for the sake of flying it could turn out to be a costly thing to do, especially at a time
29 Lufthansa : This all brings me to an interesting question regarding the Scandinavian markets in general. Why are premium classes performing so poorly here that Th
30 Someone83 : Because the huge Y section on their 744 is needed from ARN and CPH While 1.class demand from Scandinavia is almost non-existent, it seems like premiu
31 CHRISBA777ER : I'd have thought it would make more sense to deploy the A345 on one of the CDG or LHR flights, given that premium demand to BKK from both cities is st
32 Kevin777 : he he all right I'll calm down.. Guess what I was just trying to say was that they really haven't done their homework here.. Indeed it is.. less than
33 KiwiRob : If it does go ahead then that makes it the only one stop service from Norway to New Zealand, I would use this flight and I know many other Kiwis in N
34 Someone83 : The route itself is a good idea, and I'm sure it will attract many passangers, both going to BKK/Thailand and connecting passengers going to other SE
35 Sukhoi : Only OSL-BKK or ARN-BKK & CPH-BKK too?
36 CXfirst : Same applies to Australia. -CXfirst
37 SASDC8 : Substandard? Service on board SK's business class is, I agree with you, substandard to some other European carriers, but their seat is not. SK's busi
38 RedChili : Many reasons: 1. SOCIALISM Socialism is very strong in Scandinavia. "How do you dare to travel in business class when I'm sitting in a crowded charte
39 F28 : A very good summery from RedChilli ! Explains the situation in Scandinavia really well. Respect ! Now... Let´s hope TG will have great success on thi
40 Seemyseems : I think the reason why they serve so many Scandinavian cities is because of their relationship with SAS, am I right in saying that SAS help found Thai
41 Someone83 : Yes, SAS was involved in the start up of Thai, but that's something like 40-years ago and has nothing to do neither with TG having quite a few flight
42 KiwiRob : There are quite a few kiwi and aussies in Norway, more than most people think, Australia and NZ are also popular places for backpackers, ok these two
43 Lufthansa : Yes they did. They even provided intial jet aircraft, as well as many expat managers until Thai had enough of their own. It was partly because Scandi
44 KiwiRob : High salaries in Scandinavia is a myth. You are forgetting that on average Scandinavians pay more tax than most and that in gerneral (Norway in parti
45 Longhaul67 : Don't they already code-share on ARN-BKK and CPH-BKK?
46 Kiwiandrew : closer to 50 years now actually , but I agree that current travel patterns dont have much ( anything ) to do with that old relationship unless as per
47 SASDC8 : Excellent point and I totally agree with you. SK in flight service has been ruined by the "SAS Dragons" and subsequently also by their strong unions.
48 Kevin777 : Actually, it's not a myth - salaries in Scandinavia are really high. For instance, a check-out assistant in a supermarket in Denmark gets USD 22-23 a
49 Post contains links RedChili : It has something to do with the popularity of Thailand among me! I love to fly on Thai, I love Thai food, and I love Thai beaches. What better combin
50 Shamrock604 : I tend to agree Kiwirob. Having heard so much about how unbelievably well off Scandinavians were, I must confess I didnt really see it when compared
51 KiwiRob : Complete BS I work in Norway for a manufacturing company, our staff are not efficient at alkl, our German and Estonian plants are a lot better then o
52 OkAY : Hi all, Good news for Oslo to get Thai! If only, one day in HEL.. Concerning the off topic discussion about Scandinavian lifestyle, I admit, that ther
53 KiwiRob : Agree to a point, however I don't think people in Norway buy luxury goods, mainly because they are so expensive, having a high income means nothing w
54 SASDC8 : Excellent point! Even the most basic stuff in Norway, like meat and diary products, costs almost twice as much as in Sweden and I won't even try to c
55 Lufthansa : My take on this is that you need to compare the basket of good. I might point out that Australians also get a $5000 bonus when they have a kid. You d
56 Someone83 : From what I'm hearing the OSL-BKK route will be priced slightly lower than the ARN/CPH-BKK flights. The reason why it will be slightly below is becaus
57 MillwallSean : I disagree with it. As I see it the difference is what makes Sweden attractive to foreigners. Its difficult for anglosaxons to understand but the jan
58 Kevin777 : Really great arguing there... Brilliant.. Of course this will help - these discounts are really good. Still, however, in the big picture it's not gon
59 Degenfly : What percentage of business class travelers pay for their own tickets? The vast majority don't. If you're rich enough to buy a business class tickets
60 KiwiRob : He apparently has a Bugatti Veyron and a collection of nice supercars, hasn't lived in Sweden for years, is a tax exile in Switzerland plus has estat
61 TreeHillRavens : Read about how IKEA managed to avoid being tax in a magazine last year. A highly controversial one.
62 RedChili : This discussion would drift far off course if I would respond to everything you're saying, but I would like to say that I think you've misunderstood
63 KiwiRob : I don't think most McDonalds employees in Norway could do it either, I believe you're kidding yourself if you think they can.
64 Linglesou : Curious seeing as they're considerably wealthy countries...I guess there's just not much business traffic between Scandinavia and Bangkok?
65 SASDC8 : Of course most of business travelers don't buy their own tickets. Some do and when price difference between ex OSL and ex FRA for a First class ticke
66 RedChili : Let me put it this way: Back in the days when I was in the beginning of my 20s (ah, those were the days!), I was studying half time. I financed my st
67 KiwiRob : You're talking about a backpacking holiday, those kinds of holidays are cheap, if you are prepared to go cheap yes it can be done, I did it myself wor
68 CXfirst : We've lived in Norway, UK twice, Australia twice and currently, Malaysia twice and Indonesia. I must say that I do respectfully disagree with you. In
69 MillwallSean : I know its difficult to see the good posts when our bitter friend is trying to explain why one of the worlds richest countries in fact is poorer and
70 KiwiRob : I never said NZ was better than Norway, it's not, it's close but not there yet, not so long ago NZ was a wealthier country than Norway, it could happ
71 Shamrock604 : Gotta agree with Kiwirob up to a point. You cant spend long in the company of Norwegians without them telling you about how "so rich they all are". It
72 KiwiRob : Don't get me started on the roads, hospitals or schools, all are substandard and in dire need of serious cash to fix em up, maybe if they got rid of
73 Vadheim : Reading all this I do not understand why you choose to live in Norway actually
74 KiwiRob : I like to ski, eat klipfisk and keep my wife happy
75 Post contains links Mortyman : Accoring to Hilde Hirai at Thai's office in Oslo, the response to the new route betwen Oslo and Bangkok has been completly wild. The first two planes
76 Skyfellow : Interesting to read all of this ranting about Norwegians. But isn't it so that TG has recognized Scandinavia in general, and Norway in this case in pa
77 Tommy777 : And from the winter program, the route increases to daily: TN1A01NOVOSLBKK ** AMADEUS TIMETABLE - TN ** BKK BANGKOK.TH 01NOV09 08NOV09 1 TG 955 D OSL
78 Kevin777 : INDEED... these fares are crazy..! From TG's Norwegian homepage: Return fare OSL-BKK Jun 15th to Aug 15th 2009: Royal Silk Class: NOK 16.600 (EUR 1.9
79 Post contains links Mortyman : Alot of new routes from Oslo have started or will start shortly, including 3 intercontinetal routes. Not bad, considering the downturn in the industry
80 Lufthansa : Australian ones can and do. That's what Jetstar is for. True NZ doesn't have a long haul jetstar arm (but I wouldn't be surprised to see one in the f
81 Mortyman : Well I for one would never fly business / first class and pay 2 - 3 times the amount of money that an economy class would cost for the same journey. I
82 CityAirline : This is indeed great news! I've always been convinced that a BKK-OSL route on TG would be profitable, given they use the right aircraft with the right
83 Skyfellow : Why do you say that? Ok....an A-340-500 with 60 + J seats from OSL vs a more sensibly configured 747-400 from CPH, and I can only wonder about that t
84 Kevin777 : Here's why I say it: Look at it this way: It costs 200.000 Euros at least to do one single roundtrip BKK-OSL, and that's just the variable costs. The
85 Skyfellow : I did not say that the A-340-500 was the right plane for this planned TG initiative. TG should tailor this to be more in line with results that they
86 RedChili : I never said that the doctor and the McDonald's employee will stay in the same hotels, just that they will fly in the same class. You do realize that
87 EBGflyer : Many forget that a lot of Norwegian pax don't always come from around OSL, but from other largier Norwegian cities as well. Those pax have to make a
88 CXfirst : I still feel that the population around OSL, as well as the population in Norway with no nonstop flights to CPH, ARN, or any other European city, wil
89 EBGflyer : sure, one-stop connections are in most cases more convenient than two-stop connections.
90 SASDC8 : Totally agree with you. For all of us that does not live in a city with nonstop flights to ARN or CPH, this is great news With the price TG offers in
91 KiwiRob : Which is kind of sad really, a doctor should by rights earn at least 5 times what a McDonlads employee does I am, I don't think so. Basically Norwegi
92 Kevin777 : Well, of course there's a little intra-Scandinavian battle going on here on a.net..! That's only great, keeps up the competition..! And I certainly e
93 RedChili : I think ARN has four weekly flights to BGO and TRD, and three weekly flights to SVG during the summer, and an even worse frequency during the winter.
94 Someone83 : Remember, KL, BA, LH and others have quite a few Norwegian travelling with them to both Thailand and Asia, and TG will capture quite a few of them, a
95 Mortyman : Well, our Swedish friends are buying things in Norway too. Certain things are cheaper here Swedes also flock to Norway beacuse the salaries are bette
96 Kevin777 : In "peak-winter", yes, you can see high fares to Thailand and I have seen even higher than what you mention here (still restricted Y tickets, long be
97 KiwiRob : I just think Norway could do much better for it's citizens than it currently does, the problem is Norwegians trhemselves they think they get a lot fo
98 RedChili : Ticket prices from Norway are much higher than from Sweden. I quoted the Swedish prices just to give an example of how prices and yields increase dur
99 MAN2SIN2BKK : The Norwegians are going to be pleasantly surprised with the product on TG with th 36" legroom in economy and 42" in premium economy especially in co
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