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Bangkok Airways Reduces Fuel Surcharges

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Bangkok Airways has reduced its fuel surcharges on its international and domestic flights.

The charge for international flights between Thailand and Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam has been reduced to US$15 per sector (from US$25). Flights from Bangkok to Macau have been reduced to US$25 per sector (from US$30), while Bangkok to Xi’an is now US$45 per sector (from US$60). From Bangkok to Guilin the surcharge is now US$30 per sector (from US$40),Samui to Singapore is US$25 (form US$45), Samui to Hong Kong is now US$32 per sector (from US$60), Bangkok to Maldives is US$45 (from US$90) per sector and Bangkok to Japan has been reduced to US$45 (from US$95) per sector.

The charge for domestic flights between Bangkok and Sukhothai, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Samui, and between Pattaya (Utapao) and Phuket, Samui, and between Chiang Mai and Samui has been reduced to US$12 per sector (from US$20).

The fuel surcharge on domestic sector flights between Phnom Penh-Siem Reap has also been reduced to US$12 per sector (from US$20).

Bangkok Airways is currently running a “Thanks Fares” promotion with special all-inclusive web fares on domestic and international routes. One-way fares from Bangkok to Chinag Mai, Trat and Phuket start from 1,900 Baht, Bangkok to Samui from 2,750 Baht and Bangkok to Hiroshima or the Maldives start from 18,000 Baht. The promotion ends March 31st, 2009.

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