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Thai AirAsia Launches Bangkok - Buriram Flights

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Thai AirAsia has launched flights between Bangkok (Don Mueang) and Buriram.

The airline will operate daily return flight with Airbus A 320-200 aircraft.

To celebrate the launch, Thai AirAsia is offering promotional fares starting from 590 THB per trip (inclusive of airport tax) for travel before 30 September 2015.

Mrs.Witchunee Kuntapeng, Head of Customer Experience for Thai AirAsia, said, AirAsia has received great support from Buriram Airport, the Tourism Authority of Thailand and the provincial agencies of Buriram, making us fully ready to fly Bangkok-Buriram 1 time daily. We believe that the addition will offer new experiences as well as travel options to the people of Buriram as well as are confident that the province is a distinct destination for tourism both in terms of its history and its present status as a center for sports and athletics. The launching of this new flight route is sure to promote tourism to the province.

Moreover, fans of Buriram United Football Club are being treated with a special campaign. Football fans simply have to present an AirAsia Boarding Pass for the Buriram route to receive an immediate 50% discount on tickets to matches at the Thunder Castle stadium all this 2015 season until 31 December 2015. Terms and conditions from Buriram United Football Club apply.

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