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PBair moves Aircraft and Crew to Hua Hin Airport

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With protestors still blocking all commercial flights in an out of Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok, PBair has temporarily stationed its aircraft, maintenance crew as well pilots and cabin crew at Hua Hin (HHQ) airport from today 1 December 2008.

Since the start of the blockade of Suvarnabhumi airport PBair says it has been contacted by several airlines as well international charter companies to assist in bringing their passengers to the various destinations.

Both PBair's aircraft are now available and scheduled for service to ferry stranded passengers to and from other domestic and regional hubs until the return of normal PBair scheduled services to the north and north east of Thailand as well to the city of Danang in Vietnam.

The fleet of PBair consists of two modern Embraer ERJ145LR regional jets with an all economy seat capacity of 50 passengers. The reach of the aircraft is 1,550 nautical miles, making flights to regional destinations such as Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore possible.

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