It has been confirmed that national carrier, Thai Airways, will fly twice a day between Heathrow and Bangkok.
The double daily, non-stop service will commence from 25th October.
The two flights will see passengers given a choice of day and night flights.
The TG917 night time service departs Heathrow’s Terminal 2 at 21:35pm, arriving in Bangkok at 16:00pm. For the return journey, the TG916 service will depart Bangkok at 13.20pm, arriving in Heathrow at 19:35pm.
This service will operate using a B777-300ER aircraft that offers 42 Royal Silk (Executive) Class and 306 in Economy.
Whilst the TG911 daytime flight will depart Heathrow at 12.30pm, arriving at Suvarnabhumi at 05.45am. For the return journey, the TG910 service departs Suvarnabhumi at 01.10am daily, arriving at Heathrow (T2) at 07.15am.
This service will operate using an A380-800 aircraft that offers three classes of seating made up of 12 in Royal First Class, 60 in Royal Silk (Executive) Class, and 435 in Economy.