I was due to fly to Bangkok from London Heathrow Terminal 2 on 22/8/19 (TG0911 @ 12.30) but the flight was cancelled. The lack of forthcoming information from Thai Airways was incredible but we were given hotel accommodation and meal vouchers as the delay was 24 hours. We eventually learned ‘faulty flaps’ was the cause of the cancellation but on checking Thai Airways website it says that flight landed! My brother told me it was still on the apron at Heathrow the next day, so I’d be very interested to hear why they aren’t listing that flight as cancelled. Can anyone enlighten me? Thanks in advance.
I assume this question can be answered by Thai Airways representatives only.
I’ve seen several times a different status of flights on the airline website.
Just checked your flight on other sources, all say “cancelled” but not when this information was shared
Interesting. Thank you.