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BANGKOK: Thai Airways (THAI) has announced that it is extending its “Smile around Thailand” discount fares campaign until September 30 due to keen interest from the travelers.

Viset Sontichai, THAI’s District Sales Manager for Upper Southern Thailand, told the Gazette that the price of the tickets is at least 20% cheaper than standard fares.

There are, however, conditions attached. Passengers must confirm journey dates and not change their flight plans. They must also pay for their tickets within 48 hours of booking the seats. Journeys must be completed on or before September 30.

The routes and discounted fares from Phuket are as follows:

Bangkok: One-way 1,800 baht, return 3,600 baht.

Chiang Mai: One-way 3,130 baht, return 6,260 baht.

Chiang Rai: One-way 3,315 baht, return 6,630 baht.

KhonKaen: One-way 2,670 baht, return 5,340 baht.

Phitsanulok: One-way 2,670 baht, return 5,340 baht.

Ubon Ratchathani: One-way 2,855 baht, return 5,710 baht.

Udon Thani: One-way 2,855 baht, return 5,710 baht.

Prices do not include airport tax or insurance.

K. Viset said, “Our target group for this promotion is people who have never flown with us before, and people who would generally go between these destinations by bus.”

For more information or to book tickets, call Tel: 076-212946 or visit

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