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Bangkok Airways launches "PG Together Promotion"

Offering special fares on Southern routes starting from 790 Baht (exclusive of airport tax)

Bangkok / 11 January 2017 (today) - Bangkok Airways Company Limited launches the "PG Together Promotion," offering special fares for those passengers who would like to travel between Bangkok and some of Bangkok Airways destinations in the southern part of Thailand during the month of January 2017. The fares for this special promotion are starting from 790 Baht per trip (exclusive of airport tax). Reservations can be made via this link and the airline's call center 1771 or 02 270 6699 (24hrs) .  Commencement today, 15 January 2017 for travel from now until 31 January 2017.

The PG Together Promotion will be available on these routes only which are Bangkok-Samui, Samui-Bangkok, Bangkok-Krabi, Krabi-Bangkok, Bangkok-Phuket, Phuket-Bangkok, Pattaya-Samui, Samui-Pattaya, Pattaya-Phuket, Phuket-Pattaya, Phuket-Hat Yai and Hat-Yai-Phuket.

However, these special fares are limited on each flight. Passengers are encouraged to contact Bangkok Airways's Call Center no. 1771 or 02 270 699 (24hrs) for more information and availability.

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