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Thai AirAsia lauches post-flood promotion

Thai AirAsia on Thursday launched a low-fare flight promotion for the post-flood period in order to boost the Thai tourism industry and as a New Year’s gift for passengers.

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Thai AirAsia on Thursday launched a low-fare flight promotion for the post-flood period in order to boost the Thai tourism industry and as a New Year’s gift for passengers.

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Chief Executive Tassapon Bijleveld said the campaign called “Awesome Sale!” offers ticket prices starting at Bt100/flight until Dec 11, with actual travel from July 1-Oct 27 next year.

Net prices for domestic and international routes will be from Bt214-2,200/flight including taxes and other fees.

Destinations from and to Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi include Trang, Krabi, Surat Thani, Hat Yai, New Delhi, Shenzhen, Kolkata, Hanoi, Phnom Penh. (MCOT online news)

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