Since 15 September, Bangkok Airways has added extra flights on three key domestic routes as demand for air travel in Thailand is back on the rise.
The new added services will, says the company be operated with the highest preventive measures and standards. The new flights bring the total connections for Phuket and Chiang-Mai to three per day, with a total of ten round-trips to Samui.
To further encourage air travel, Bangkok Airways has also created new offers for travel-related professionals, Thai senior citizens, the disabled and teachers – with non-cumulative discounts of 10-20%.
During September, the company announced the reintroduction of in-flight meal services on domestic routes. The airline is required to serve food and beverages in the form of a snack box and will temporarily refrain from serving tea and coffee. Passengers are required to wear a mask during the flight, except while eating and drinking, in line with regulations imposed by the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand. In-flight souvenir products went back on sale from 1 October.
In 2020, Bangkok Airways retained the Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Best Regional Airline Asia for the third year running.
Photo: Bangkok Airways A319