Bangkok Airways Promotions
Bangkok Airways, a regional boutique airline with three of its own airports in Koh Samui, Sukhothai Province, and Trat Province, owns a fleet of 18 aircraft, and operates scheduled services to 15 domestic destinations in Thailand, and international destinations which include Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Laos, Maldives, and Singapore.
Bangkok Airways offers a frequent flyer bonus program for its regular passengers, which includes the exclusive privileges of its comfortable airport lounge.
Bangkok Airways also provides passengers with an easy-to-use online check-in facility to save time and help travelers avoid queuing delays at the airport. The web check-in service also allows passengers to choose their own seat, and print their own boarding pass from home or the office.
As an added bonus for their valued customers, the airline offers their Discovery Airpass allowing travelers to avail of Bangkok Airways’ expanded route network going to exciting destinations at only a fraction of the price of regular airfares. This economic and convenient way to fly involves a system of coupons that passengers can use to travel to the most popular destinations in Thailand, Laos, Maldives, and Vietnam.
Once airborne, passengers can choose from an exceptionally varied menu of special meals on board which include vegetarian selections, seafood meals, baby food, bland meals for passengers suffering from gastric discomfort, gluten intolerant menu selections, low lactose and diabetic meals, fruit platters, low fat and low salt items, raw vegetable meals, and a whole host of other specialty food choices for Kosher, Moslem, Hindu or Western preferences. The airline even caters to meal requirements from passengers who are allergic to certain types of food.
For the first quarter of 2012, Bangkok Airlines offers low airfares on its website to destinations like the blue paradise of Phuket at THB 2,090, a chance to see the royal floral gardens of Rachaphruek in Chiang Mai, and a new non-stop 12-flight-a-week route from Bangkok to Lampang.