Phuket-Krabi flights mark launch of Air Andaman
PHUKET: The new Phuket-based airline, Air Andaman, will take to the air on Monday with a twice-daily service between Phuket and Krabi. The frequency will increase to three flights a day from Friday. Montri Rattanapiphop, Regional Sales Manager at Air Andaman’s Bangkok office, told the Gazette, “We will fly from Phuket to Krabi at 0930 and 1720. The return flights from Krabi will be at 1045 and 1845. “From Friday we will add one more flight, leaving Phuket at 1100 and returning at 1215.” The airline plans to add a fourth flight if demand is good. The aircraft to be used for the service will be a Jetstream 32, a 19-seat turboprop plane. Tickets will cost 800 baht each way. Further into the future, Air Andaman plans to fly twice a day from Phuket to Nakhon Sri Thammarat, twice a day to Surat Thani, and once a day to Ranong. Tickets for these routes will be 1,200 baht each way. The airline also plans a daily service between Phuket and Chumphon (2,500 baht each way) and between Chumphon and Bangkok (2,600 baht). For more information, contact Air Andaman’s Bangkok office on 02-2514905 or 02-2527387, or see the company’s website at https://www.airandaman.com.
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