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Bangkok Airways adjusts flight timetable to avoid lantern floating

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Bangkok Airways adjusts flight timetable to avoid lantern floating | Samui Times

Bangkok Airways has announced adjustments and cancellations of its flights to some provinces in the North where lantern floating is scheduled during 5-7 November 2014.

As a result, flights operating between Bangkok and Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai are cancelled everyday from 5-7 November. They include PG235 and PG236 on the Bangkok – Chiang Rai route, PG227, PG228 PG221 and PG220 on the Bangkok-Chiang Mai route.

As for flights to Myanmar, cancellations are made to two routes. They are PG724 and PG723 between Yangon – Chiang Mai on 5 and 7 November; and PG 726 and PG 725 on November 6. Flights between Chiang Mai and Mandalay (Myanmar), PG726 and PG725, are cancelled on 6 November.

Besides, adjustments of flights are made during 5-7 November as follows: PG906 Bangkok-Chiang Mai will depart from Suvarnabhumi international airport at 16.30 and arrive in Chiang Mai at 17.45. PG246 Chiang Mai –Udon Thaini will depart from Chiang Mai international airport at 13.40 and arrive at Udon Thani Airport at 15.05. PG245 will depart from Udon Thani at 15.25 and arrive in Chiang Mai at 16.50.

Those who need more information can call Bangkok Airways Call Center at 1771 around the clock (3 baht/min only for landline telephone)

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