Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Bangkok Airways is adding from Bangkok to Krabi Flights and more

Thailand based regional airline Bangkok Airways is adding new services in 2013 both to domestic and international destinations. Starting 31 March 2013, the airline will introduce twice daily flights from Bangkok to Krabi and starting from 16 September 2013, it will introduce 4 weekly flights between Bangkok and Mandalay (Myanmar). Both Bangkok - Krabi and Bangkok - Mandalay routes are open for booking.

Bangkok Airways will also add services for Bangkok-Trat and Bangkok-Male. And all flights served between Bangkok-Phnom Penh will be operated by Airbus A319 and additional frequencies will be added to flights between Samui-Phuket during summer. Bangkok Airways recently launched a direct service from Bangkok to Vientiane and an additional service between Hong Kong and Koh Samui. Flights to Koh Samui, Siem Reap and Luang Prabang will be seasonally adjusted.

Based in Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport , Bangkok Airways operates scheduled services to destinations in Thailand, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Laos, Maldives, Myanmar, Bangladesh, India and Singapore. Since flying is the best way to travel from Thailand's capital and tourism hub Bangkok to popular Thai tourist destinations like Phuket, Krabi, Chiang Mai, etc., Bangkok Airways is getting a good demand on these routes. Its currently flies to following domestic routes in Thailand:  Chiang Mai  (Chiang Mai International Airport), Ko Samui (Samui Airport), Krabi (Krabi Airport), Lampang (Lampang Airport), Pattaya (Tapao International Airport), Phuket (Phuket International Airport), Sukhothai (Sukhothai Airport) and Trat (Trat Airport). The airline operates 21 aircraft: Airbus A319-100s, Airbus A320-200s and ATR-72-500.

Bangkok Airways route map
Bangkok Airways, a regional airline of Thailand, route map

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