Friday, 27 September 2013

Travel News

Nok Air cuts fares on domestic routes for travel late October to the end of November this year.
The promotion sells a one-way fare, inclusive of taxes, departing Bangkok (Don Mueang) at Bt1,100 to Phitsanulok, Nakhon Phanom, Ubon Ratchathani, and Udon Thani.


Qantas is offering “premium economy” promotional fares to Australia and New Zealand on its Boeing 747-400 aircraft, available for sale until 15 January 2014.
In line with an increase in services over the upcoming holiday season, Qantas has assigned a Boeing 747-400 aircraft to operate between Bangkok and Australia for two months from 1 December 2013 to 31 January 2014.

The swap from an Airbus A330 to a Boeing 747-400 will give the airline 4,588 additional seats on the route travelling from Thailand to Australia over the Christmas and New Year holiday season.


Thai AirAsia offers cheaper fares for passengers who travel to China from October this year to January 2014.
The promotion sells a one-way fare inclusive of airport taxes and fuel surcharges, ex-Bangkok (Don Mueang), to Chongqing and Kunming at Bt1,990, Shenzhen and Wuhan at Bt2,290, Guangzhou at Bt2,490, and Xi’an at Bt3,400.

A Bt2,690 fare is on offer to Hong Kong and Macau.


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