Bangkok Airways has firmed up a plan to launch two new routes and increase flight frequencies on existing sectors.
A Bangkok-Krabi service, twice daily, will commence on March 31, while a Bangkok-Mandalay service, four times a week, is due for take-off on Sept 15, the privately owned carrier said yesterday.
Its Bangkok-Trat sector, served by ATR-72 turboprops, will be ramped up to three daily flights from two, while the Bangkok-Male (Maldives) service will step up to five weekly flights from four. Both changes start on March 31.
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