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304 Danes arrive in Krabi by first TUI Fly flight from Copenhagen


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by Kanlayakorn Pengrattana

 

The first charter flight of TUI Fly traveled directly from Copenhagen, Denmark to Krabi, Thailand with a total of 304 Danes and safely arrived Wednesday, 7 December 2022.

 

In addition, more charter flights from Finland, Sweden, Singapore, Malaysia, Poland, etc. are expected in the upcoming agenda as well, reported TNN Online.

 

As Krabi is one of the top destinations for Nordic tourists, the authorities highlighted that the province greatly pays attention to caring for both the visitors and the environmental aspects of the landmark.

 

Full story: https://scandasia.com/304-danes-arrive-in-krabi-by-first-tui-fly-flight-from-copenhagen/

 

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9 hours ago, webfact said:

As Krabi is one of the top destinations for Nordic tourists, the authorities highlighted that the province greatly pays attention to caring for both the visitors and the environmental aspects of the landmark.

Cleansing wallets is a close second.

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2 hours ago, bangon04 said:

"and safely arrived "

 

well that is newsworthy... do they know something about TUI that others do not?

Flightstats knows different.

I am more than confused.

Flightstats says the plane originated in Stockholm and had a 9:42 hour delay!

It should have landed before sunrise (5:20) instead landed at 15:02.

Maybe the Danes had be carted to Stockholm?

And the video shows it in daylight.

Can't find any other TUI flight.

The tracking (route/height) is like a rollercoaster.

Not exactly a dreamline.

Would love to know whether this report is correct or flightstats?

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Flying must be so much fun these days.

That's the flight history for the plane that landed in Krabi (SE-RFZ, 787-9 Dreamliner).

Travellers can call them self happy with delays less than 4 hours or so.

Record about 10 hours. Bring big lunch boxes.

 

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I hope they did not bring much Danish Krone with them ,as exchange desks

are offering 20 % + less than the official rate , due to Danish money laundering

laws ,its difficult to send the cash back ,lots red tape

 

regards worgeordie

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44 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

Flightstats knows different.

I am more than confused.

Flightstats says the plane originated in Stockholm and had a 9:42 hour delay!

It should have landed before sunrise (5:20) instead landed at 15:02.

Maybe the Danes had be carted to Stockholm?

And the video shows it in daylight.

Can't find any other TUI flight.

The tracking (route/height) is like a rollercoaster.

Not exactly a dreamline.

Would love to know whether this report is correct or flightstats?

The Flightradar24 playback of the flight has it originating in Stockholm, departure 2120 and arriving Krabi 1502. flight time 11hrs 52mins, delay 9hrs 42mins.

Normal routing to avoid Ukraine airspace via the middle east, over central India and via the Bay of Bengal to Krabi.

Normal flight profile, initial cruise 37,000 feet, climb to 39,000 feet over Iraq and final cruise of 41,000 feet climb over west coast of India. 

Don't see a rollercoaster in tracking or altitude.

Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, not a dreamline flight with such a massive delay.

 

https://www.flightradar24.com/data/flights/6b663#2e73bc89,

 

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1 hour ago, ozfarang said:

Don't see a rollercoaster in tracking or altitude

Yes that was seemingly a glitch in flightstats.

The rest remains in the dark, Danes or Swedes :biggrin:

 

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On 12/9/2022 at 4:43 PM, worgeordie said:

as exchange desks

are offering 20 % + less than the official rate , due to Danish money laundering

Interesting!

Indeed 4.0 for cash, exchange rate 4.9.

That's heavy.

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