Friday, 20 September 2013

Thailand Travel News

Airports of Thailand says it will build a third runway at Suvarnabhumi Airport within two years as a backup to prevent air traffic congestion in the event one of the main runways needed to be closed.
AoT chairman, Sita Divari, said on Tuesday that the new 2,900-metre runway will be built on the western side of the airport, to serve only in an emergency.

The AoT Board of Directors approved the  proposal after a Thai Airways International aircraft skidded off  the runway earlier this month, forcing AoT to close the runway for four days.


Bangkok Air Special Offers

Bangkok Airways has introduced a promotional fare for passengers travelling to Cambodia’s Siem Reap until March next year.
The promotion sells a round-trip fare at Bt7,450, exclusive of airport taxes, departing Bangkok to Siem Reap.

The fare is valid for bookings until 30 September for travel through to 31 March, next year. Passengers can save around 7% off standard fares.


Bangkok Airways sells discount fares on routes to Samui island one of Thailand’s top holiday destinations.
A one-way fare to Samui, exclusive of fuel surcharges, insurance and airport taxes, sells at Bt2,490 ex-Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi Airport) and U-Tapao (Pattaya).
Passengers can book the fare until 30 September for travel 1 November to 30 December this year.

The fare saves around 25% off standard fares.



Cathay Pacific sells discount fares to passengers travelling in its premium economy class from Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Phuket to selected international destinations through to 15 December this year.
The offer promotes its recent remake of cabin features and services.

Round-trip fares, exclusive of taxes and surcharges departing Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Phuket to Manila cost  Bt14,940, Bt22,560 to Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai, and Bt24,210 to Tokyo.


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