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B.A has entered into a codeshare arrangement with Bangkok Airways making popular Thailand destinations, Chiang Mia, Koh Samui and Phuket, more accessible to British Airways Passengers. There are future plans to extend the link up to service from Singapore to Koh Samui, great news for the islands tourist industry.
Privately owned Bangkok airways started life as an air taxi service in the 1960’s, today it has an impressive network of twenty destinations and twenty two aircraft.
Head of Alliances at B.A Mr Steve Ronald said “The beautiful beaches of Thailand will be more accessible to European tourist now that we have teamed up with Bangkok Airways.
A codeshare agreement is an aviation business agreement where two, or more, airlines share the same flight. In real terms this means a passenger can purchase a seat on one airline that is actually being operated by a different airline. This allows for greater destinations access without the airline having to put on extra flights. The B.A and Bangkok Airways link up can only mean more visitors to Samui and other popular tourist destinations in Thailand.