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Bangkok Airways announces the resumption of its five routes (BKK-USM, BKK-CNX, BKK-HKT, BKK-THS and BKK-LPT) Starting from 1 September 2021 onwards

Bangkok / 28 August 2021 (Today) – Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited announces the resumption of its five routes which are Bangkok - Samui, Bangkok – Chiang Mai, Bangkok – Phuket, Bangkok – Sukhothai and Bangkok – Lampang, starting from 1 September 2021 onwards.

Flight schedules for the resumed routes will be as follows;

  1. Bangkok – Samui (v.v.) 3 flights daily
  2. Bangkok – Chiang Mai (v.v.) 5 flights per week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
  3. Bangkok – Phuket (v.v.) 5 flights per week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
  4. Bangkok – Lampang (v.v.) 4 flights per week (Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday), *starting from 9 September 2021 onwards
  5. Bangkok – Sukhothai (v.v.) 3 flights per week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday), *starting from 16 September 2021 onwards

In addition to that, the airline continues to support Thailand’s re-opening projects which are Phuket Sandbox and Samui Plus by offering the following services;

Passengers can visit the website for more details about flight schedules.

Additionally passengers are also required to strictly follow guidelines issued by each provincial office and/or destination. Passengers can check announcements, orders, and travel procedures, for each destination prior to travel from the related authorities such as:

Passengers can contact the airline via the following channels;

Bangkok Airways remains committed to the safety and hygiene of our passengers and employees as the highest priority. The airlines strictly implement surveillance measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19

30 August 2021