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Bangkok Airways organized an exclusive event to introduce its non-stop Bangkok-Krabi route

Bangkok / 5 May 2013 – Recently, Bangkok Airways led by Mr. Varong Israsena, Director of Sales (2nd from left) organized an exclusive event to introduce its non-stop Bangkok – Krabi route at the Krabi Maritime Park & Spa Resort. The event was attended by the honorable guest Mr. Prasit Osathanont, Mayor of Krabi (middle) and joined by numerous distinguished guests such as Mr. Plengyot Sakolkittiwat, Chairman of Krabi Chamber of Commerce (1st from left), Mr. Saritpong Kiewkhong, Deputy Mayor of Krabi Provincial Administration Organization (2nd from right), Mr. Chamnan Srisawaddi, President of Krabi Travel Association (1st from right) as well as travel agencies and airline partners.

Bangkok Airways currently offers two non-stop daily services between Bangkok (BKK) and Krabi (KBV) using Airbus A320 (162 seats.)

From Bangkok PG261 departs Suvarnabhumi Airport at 09.25 hrs. arrives Krabi at 10.50hrs. and PG263 departs Suvarnbhumi Airport at 17.20hrs. arrives Krabi at 18.45hrs.

From Krabi, PG262 departs Krabi at 11.40hrs. arrives Suvarnabhumi Airport at 13.05hrs. and PG264 departs Krabi at 19.40hrs. arrives Suvarnabhumi Airport at 21.05hrs.

Bangkok-Krabi    DEP      ARR     Day
PG261                  09.25    10.50     Daily
PG263                  17.20    18.45     Daily

Krabi-Bangkok    DEP    ARR     Day
PG262                  11.40    13.05    Daily
PG264                  19.40    21.05    Daily

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