Bangkok Air­ways boost

Travel Bulletin - - INDOCHINA -

BANGKOK Air­ways will in­tro­duce new ser­vices this year, trav­el­ling be­tween Chi­ang Mai – Mae Hong Son and Bangkok to Danang in Viet­nam. Ser­vices be­tween Bangkok (BKK) and Danang (DAD) will take off four times per week on board an Air­bus 319 from 25 May, with 138 Econ­omy class seats con­fig­ured in a 3-3 for­ma­tion. BKK – DAD and the re­turn DAD – BKK will op­er­ate on Mon­days, Wed­nes­days, Fri­days and Satur­days, on flight PG 947 and PG 948, re­spec­tively. First com­menced in April, The CNX – HGN PG 237 ser­vice will run daily, whilst the late af­ter­noon ser­vice PG239 will de­part Mon­days, Wed­nes­days and Satur­days on an ATR 72 pro­pel­ler plane. The re­turn CNX - HGN ser­vice will op­er­ate on flight PG 238 daily, with the early evening flight run­ning on Mon­days, Wed­nes­days and Satur­days. Bangkok Air­ways has also boosted fre­quen­cies on its Bangkok to Ph­nom Peng ser­vices from five to six flights per day, and its Sa­mui to Sin­ga­pore to two flights per day.

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