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Tue, 29 March 2016

Thai AirAsia to Launch Chiang Mai - Changsha Flights

Thai AirAsia is to launch flights between Chiang Mai in northern Thailand and Changsha, China.

To celebrate the new route, Thai AirAsia is offering special fares from 1,990 THB per trip until 10 April 2016 for travel between 27 May 2016 and 22 May 2017.

Mr. Santisuk Klongchaiya, Director of Commercial for Thai AirAsia, said that the Bangkok-Changsha route has been well received by Chinese and Thai travelers alike, with many Thais wishing to visit Changshas Zhangjiajie National Park, a UNSECO Natural Heritage Site and the setting for popular Hollywood movie Avatar.

The route has maintained a year-long Load Factor average of 80%.

We added new daily direct flights from Chiang Mai to Changsha to offer the people of Chiang Mai an economical way to travel to new experiences. Our strong on-time record allows for clear travel planning and we are the only airline that offers the route. Changsha is the fourth destination offered direct from Chiang Mai after Macau, Hong Kong and Hangzhou, said Mr. Santisuk.

Chiang Mai has become one of AirAsias most important flight bases, serving direct flights to a variety of domestic and international destinations that include Bangkok, Phuket, Hat Yai, Krabi, Surat Thani, U-Tapao (Pattaya), Khon Kaen, Hangzhou, Macau, Hong Kong and now Changsha, all together making it one of the fastest growing flight bases in the past 3 years.

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