Bangkok Airways Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Nha Trang
Bangkok Airways launched flights to Nha Trang from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi on 25 January, with representatives of Khanh Hoa Tourism Department and Bangkok Airways welcoming inaugural flight visitors to Khanh Hoa. The airline will operate the 938-kilometre route four times weekly using A319s, with this being its third route to Vietnam from Bangkok.
- Bangkok Airways launched its latest route from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (BKK) on 25 January, with the airline now offering a four times weekly service to Nha Trang (CXR) in Vietnam, with flights operating on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The airline will operate the 938-kilometre route using its fleet of A319s. No other operator presently links the two cities directly when referencing OAG Schedules Analyser data. “We consider this to be another milestone, as this will make Bangkok Airways the only scheduled airline to fly direct to this popular beach holiday destination from Thailand. The aim of this new launch is not only to enhance Bangkok Airways’ network to cover the Indochina region, but also to provide better flight connections for European, Thai and Vietnamese customers as well as offering regional connecting routes to Cam Ranh for our long-haul codeshare partners,” commented Varong Israsena Na Ayudhya, VP Sales, Bangkok Airways. Nha Trang becomes the airline’s third destination in Vietnam from Bangkok’s largest airport, with it also linking the Thai capital hub with Da Nang and the island of Phu Quoc, with the carrier operating these two routes on a daily basis during W18/19. It uses its fleet of A320s to serve Da Nang, while Phu Quoc is served by ATR 72-500s and -600s.