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Bangkok Airways adds more flights between Bangkok and Phnom Penh

Bangkok/ 14 January 2016 – Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited announces the addition of an extra daily flight between Bangkok and Phnom Penh, bringing this route to six daily

flights.  These additional services will be effective from 15 January 2016 onwards.

Bangkok Airways flight PG927 departs Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) at 06.20 hrs and arrives Phnom Penh at 07.30 hrs and flight PG928

departs Phnom Penh at 08.20 hrs and arrives Bangkok


For more information, please contact

Corporate Communications of Bangkok Airways

Tel: 02 265 5686 / 02 265 5671

Fax: 02 265 5665

(Suvarnabhumi) at 9.30 hrs.  These additional flights will be operated

by Airbus A319, consisting of 12 Business class seats and 108

Economy class seats.

For reservation or more information, please visit or call center at 1771 (24 hours). Web check-

in is also available 24 hours prior departure. Please visit

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