Bangkok Airways Adds Premier Class to Bangkok-KL; Phnom Penh Next

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 23 November 2012

Bangkok Airways has added its new Premier Class service on flights between Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur (via Samui), and will soon add it to the Phnom Penh sector.

The Premier Class has been available on PG951 and PG952 since 28 October 2012 and will be added to the Bangkok - Phnom Penh route on PG931, PG932, PG933, PG934, PG935 and PG936 from 1 December 2012 onwards.

Premier class seats offer single aisle configuration with 2 seats on each side from row 1 - 3 leaving the middle seat empty to provide more space for passengers. Premier class provides a seat pitch of 31 inches and 19.83 inches wide.

Passengers will be able to enjoy selected inflight menu and will be entitled to privileges including a separate Blue Ribbon check-in counter, 30kg baggage allowance, priority baggage claim and up to 40 points to be accrued on Flyer Bonus Program.

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