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Bangkok Airways welcomes its latest Airbus 319

Bangkok / 8 February 2016 – Recently, Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited led by

Mr. Puttipong Prasarttong-Osoth, President (center) together with AM. Dechit

Charoenwong, Vice President of Flight Operations (4th from left), Mr. Jirapon Hirunrat,

Vice President of Network Management (4th from right) and Mr. Peter Wiesner, Advisor

of Network Management (3rd from right) welcomed the latest Airbus 319 at

Suvarnabhumi Airport.


The new arrival of this Airbus 319 holds 144 economy class seats and will be serving

both domestic and international routes such as Chiang Mai, Phuket, Samui, Krabi,

Yangon (Myanmar), Siem Reap (Cambodia), Dhaka (Bangladesh) and Mumbai (India)

Currently, Bangkok Airways’ fleet consists of 33 aircrafts; 8 ATR72-500s, 5 ATR72-600s,

12 A319s and 8 A320s. For more information or reservation, please visit or call center at 1771 (24 hours).

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