Thai Airways International, Nok Air and Thai
Smile have agreed to codeshare on flights between Don Mueang in
Bangkok and Mae Hong
Son in northern Thailand.
will operate the route with 72-seat ATR72-500 aircraft.
Flights are scheduled to start on 25 March 2018
with three flights per week on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
Yodmani, Nok Air CEO, said, "Mae Hong
Son province has a beautiful nature with a variety of cultural
diversity, and many travelers wish to visit. However, traveling by
car is quite difficult, it requires skill in driving and the
travel time is relatively long. We think that the opening of this
route will help to make it more convenient for travelers and we
hope to see positive feedback from all local and foreigner
passengers. In addition, we recognize the importance of government
policies in stimulating tourism in the secondary cities which
would benefit people in the area."
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