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Additional Phuket Flights For High Season

Category: Tourism, Posted:05 Oct 2009 | 10:31 am

In anticipation of increasing traffic Bangkok Airways has announced a fifth flight between Bangkok and Phuket starting in October. Thai Airways is anticipating service of 10 daily flights with additional load factors by subsidiary Nok Air.
Increasing airlift bodes well for the destinations prospects this year and demand looks to be on the upswing. Thai Airways is also teaming up with the Thai Hotel Association in creating flight and room packages with the aim of added value offerings.

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