Monday, 30 July 2012

Travel News


BANGKOK, 27 July 2012: In addition to new routes and frequencies, announced earlier this month, Nok Air says it will launch more flights effective this August and September.
From 1 August, the airline will add one more flight to Ubon Ratchathani lifting the frequency from three to four flights daily.
Then from 1 September, Sakhon Nakhon will be served by three flights daily, up from two, while Roi Et will get three weekly flights with evening departures, giving the city two flights daily. Phitsanulok services will be have two more daily flights, increasing from three daily to five.
From Chiang Mai, Mae Hong Son and Udon Thani services will increase from two to three daily.

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JAKARTA, 27 July 2012: AirAsia said Thursday it will buy Indonesia’s Batavia Air for US$80 million, as the region’s biggest budget carrier spreads its wings in Southeast Asia’s largest economy.
The Malaysia-based airline expects to complete the acquisition, which is subject to Indonesian regulatory approval, by the second quarter of next year as it moves to bolster its presence against fast-growing rivals.

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BANGKOK, 25 July 2012: SilkAir will add a weekly flight to Chiang Mai and Danang during its winter schedule.
The airline is making adjustments to its network during the winter timetable (28 October to 30 March 2013) to better match market demand.
SilkAir said it would increase frequency on the Singapore-Chiang Mai route from three to four weekly flights.

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