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About Bangkok Airways
Bangkok Airways is a regional airline based in Bangkok, Thailand. Bangkok's airline operates scheduled services to destinations in Thailand, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Laos, Maldives, Burma, India and Singapore. Bangkok Airways officially began its operations in 1986 as the country's first privately-owned domestic airline, initially offering scheduled flights from Bangkok to Krabi, Korat, and Surin.
The airline participates in a code-share arrangement with a number of international airlines. Bangkok Airways partners include EVA Airways, Etihad Airlines, Finnair, KLM/Air France, Air Berlin and Silk Air. Bangkok Airway's airline code is PG.
In 2014, Bangkok Airways was recognised as The World's Best Regional Airline in 2014 and Best Regional Airline in Asia by Skytrax. In February 2016, Bangkok Airways received its new Airbus A319 which holds 144 economy class seats and will be serving both domestic and international routes such as Chiang Mai, Phuket, Samui, Krabi, Yangon, Siem Reap, Dhaka and Mumbai.
Bangkok Airway's Frequent Flyer Program
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Bangkok Airways Baggage Allowances
Checked Baggage Allowances
Economy Class - Checked baggage allowance is 20 kilograms for adult and children and 10 kilograms for infants.
Carry-on Baggage Allowances
The allowance for unchecked baggage depends upon the aircraft type. Please contact Alternative Airlines to find out more about baggage allowances with Bangkok Airways.
Bangkok Airways Destinations
Bangkok Airways flies to many destinations including Bangkok, Abu Dhabi, Muscat, Mumbai, Dhaka, Male, Mandalay, Nay Pyi Taw, Yangon, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Luang Prabang, Vientiane, Lampang, Sukhothai, Siem Reap, Hong Kong, Taipei, Kaohsiung, Sapporo, Komatsu, Tokyo, Nagoya, Samui, Pattaya, Krabi, Phuket, Hat Yai, Singapore, Jakarta and many others.
Bangkok Airways Check-in
Bangkok Airways online check-in page. Online check-in opens 24 hours before your flight time and closes just 1 hour before departure.
Bangkok Airways gives passengers the option of a self-service check-in at a kiosk to save time at the airport.
Bangkok Aiways Route Map
Bangkok Airways Popular Routes & Destinations
Bangkok Koh Samui
Phuket Koh Samui
Bangkok Airways Hub Airport
New Bangkok International Airport
Bangkok Airways’s hub is New Bangkok International Airport (Suvarnabhumi Airport), which is one of two international airports serving Bangkok. The other airport is Don Mueang International Airport. New Bangkok International Airport is the main hub for Thai Airways International and Orient Thai Airlines as well as Bangkok Airways. The airport has two runaways and has a passenger capacity of almost 60 million passengers. The airport was opened in September 2006 and is now the tenth busiest airport in the world and sixth busiest airport in Asia.
Bangkok Airways News
27th June 2018
Bangkok Airways and Lao Airlines in Codeshare Partnership
To strengthen their respective route networks between Thailand and Lao, Bangkok Airways and Lao Airlines have entered into a new codeshare partnership. Thailand’s Bangkok Airways will start direct flights between Yangon and Phuket starting on November 17, Varong Israsena, the Bangkok-based regional airline vice president of sales told The Myanmar Times in Yangon. State-owned Myanmar National Airlines started operating a direct flight between Yangon and Phuket a month ago. The recent relaxation of toursim restrictions in Myanmar has meant that many Thai national companies are setting up operations in Myanmar and even local companies are increasing so there would be an increase in the flow of business travellers between two countries, Mr. Varong said. The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism and Bangkok Airways had also discussed direct flights between Cambodia’s Angkor and the ancient site of Bagan, but the deal fell through because the Department of Civil Aviation would not accept the flight stopping over in Bangkok.
27th March 2018
Bangkok Airway's successful third Vietnamese destination
Bangkok Airways has commenced operations between Chianh Mai and Hanoi Airport. The Thai carrier will operate the 764-kilometre sector daily using its ATR 72-500s or -600s. As the first flight of its kind, there is currently no direct competition on this route. Outbound flights depart backpacker central Chiang Mai at 09:55, arriving in Hanoi at 12:00. The inbound flight departs Hanoi at 12:45, arriving back in Chiang Mai at 14:50. Hanoi becomes Bangkok Airways’ third destination in Vietnam adding to its services from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Da Nang and Phu Quoc.
5th March 2018
Bangkok Airways plans Hanoi-Chiang Mai flight
Bangkok Airways will launch the first direct flight route between Hanoi and Chiang Mai, from March 25 this year. This is part of the airline’s efforts to satisfy the increasing travel demand to Hanoi – one of the fastest growing travel hubs in Southeast Asia and Chiang Mai – an exotic cultural and historical gem in northern Thailand, according to Varong Israsena Na Ayudhya, Bangkok Airways’ Vice President.
Following the commencement of operations of Bangkok-Da Nang and Bangkok-Phu Quoc direct flights, it is the first airline to inaugurate the direct route Hanoi-Chiang Mai with flights operated by 70 seater ATR 72-500/600 aircraft. “The newly-opened route will be a great option for the people of the dynamic and populous capital as well as all global citizens who want to explore another culturally stunning destination after Hanoi, only two inflight hours without transfer,” said Varong.
14th February 2018
Bangkok Airways launch new app
Bangkok Airways Public Company has recently launched its mobile app’s latest upgrade, which is now available on both iOS and Android devices. In this latest 3.0.0 version, passengers are able to purchase their flights with preferred-seats, as well as be able to observe flight-status updates, check-in online, preview the flight schedule. Not only that, but passengers can also us ethe app to utilise services such as life insurance and make meal requests, previewing the menu. Moreover, payment opions are now diversified into subtle channels to accommodate all passengers thoroughly. Bangkok Airways’ app also provides hotel reservation, car rental and other transportation services, with there also being a in-app promotional announcement every month.
11th January 2018
Bangkok Airways working with the Department of Land Transport to improve tourism
Bangkok Airways are working alongside the Department of Land Transport (DLT) on a project to offer public transportation linking airports with a variety of tourist attractions. This project is spanning multiple Thai provinces as part of a government tourism-boosting scheme.
One project in Sukhothai has already been approved, with bus routes between the local airport, railway station and Satchanalai Historical Park to be launched soon. According to DLT Director-General Saint, the Sukhothai is set to be launched on schedule by April 2018. He is positive that this joint venture will create strong connections between all forms of Thai transportation systems.
21th November 2017
Bangkok Airlines A319neo & Cs300 evaluation provides test case before Airbus-Bombardier partnership
Bangkok Airways is in the middle of an evaluation of the Airbus A319neo and Bombardier CS300 as the Thailand based regional airline seeks to replace its fleet of A319ceo aircraft. Bangkok Airways has excluded the E195-E2 from the competition as it is too small, and Boeing is unable to participate because Samui Airport cannot accommodate the 737 MAX 7.
The evaluation comes at an interesting juncture, as Airbus is not expected to conclude its acquisition of a majority stake in the Bombardier CSeries programme until 2H2018. Bangkok Airways aims to make a decision in 2Q2018, which means it may not be able to benefit from a potential joint CS300/A320neo offer from Airbus.
Bangkok Airways uses a large portion of its A319 fleet from Samui, a popular resort island where it owns the airport, whereas larger A320s are only used from Bangkok. The airline plans to continue operating A320s – and could potentially replace A320ceos with A320neos – for its larger non Samui routes.
20th November 2017
Bangkok Airlines and Qatar Airways pool reward programs
Qatar Airways has partnered with Bangkok Airways in a new rewards program. The announcement has been met with enthusiasm by both airlines. Bangkok Airways and Qatar Airways already enjoy a codeshare agreement that has been very successful for both airlines since 2013.
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