Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) is implementing special reduced fares to Southern Thailand in case the main road to the south from Bangkok is flooded.
Mr. Piyasvati Amranand, President of THAI, said that in accordance with the request made by Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and the Ministry of Transport to accommodate passengers traveling to the south of Thailand, THAI will offer “Southern Thailand Flood Relief” special fare tickets by 47-58% from regular ticket prices. This special fare is effective from 11 November 2011 to 10 December 2011.
THAI will operate flights from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Thailand ’s southern provinces with a total capacity of 5,039 seats per day and will add more flights and changing the aircrafts if needed for accommodating passengers and cargo services.
Bangkok-Surat Thani: from regular fare of 4,290 baht, reduced to 1,820 baht
Bangkok-Krabi: from regular fare of 4,490 baht, reduced to 1,920 baht
Bangkok-Phuket: from regular fare of 4,675 baht, reduced to 2,015 baht
Bangkok-Hat Yai: from regular fare of 5,155 baht, reduced to 2,255 baht
Bangkok-Samui: from regular fare of 6,360 baht, reduce to 2,930 baht
(The ticket fare includes fuel surcharge, but excludes airport tax)
For more information, please call the THAI Contact Center at Tel. 02-356-1111 or THAI’s ticketing office or www.thaiairways.com