Bangkok Airways boost
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.