Experience the charm of Sukhothai and Pai with AirAsias City Transfer Flight and shuttle van services at amazing value!

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Monday December 16, 2013 14:10
Bangkok--16 Dec--AirAsia

AirAsia launches its “City Transfer Service”, a convenient single booking service for travellers who wish to travel from Bangkok Don Mueang Airport to Sukhothai (via Phitsanulok) or from Bangkok Don Mueang Airport to Pai (via Chiang Mai). The service is available for booking from today onwards and services will begin from 20 December 2013. Meanwhile, passengers from Chiang Mai will also be able to conveniently connect to Lanta island via Krabi starting from 15 December 2013 onwards. The services will be available daily.

Fares start from as low as 940THB for Bangkok-Sukhothai and 1,265THB for Bangkok-Pai, all inclusive of airport tax and fees. Bookings must be made from today until 22 December 2013 for travel between 20 December 2013-31 March 2014.

Passengers travelling from Chiang Mai can enjoy a shuttle van transfer to the pier and ferry service to Lanta island starting from as low as 1,765THB (all inclusive of airport tax and fees). Bookings must be made from today until 22 December 2013 for travel between 15 December 2013-31 March 2014.

“AirAsia has set its sights on building the most convenient and inclusive travel network beyond its growing number of flight destinations by offering shuttle van and ferry transfer services. In a single booking, travellers can choose their entire travel path and make one convenient single payment. The service offers great value for both local travellers and foreign visitors who want to travel throughout Thailand during the year-end holiday period” said Mr. Tassapon Bijleveld, CEO of Thai AirAsia.

AirAsia now offers a variety of convenient shuttle van and ferry connections. Its original 7 routes were from Bangkok to the islands of Samui, Phangan, Phi Phi, Lipe, Ngai, Yao Noi and Lanta. Its latest 3 include connections from Bangkok to Sukhothai and Pai and transfers from Chiang Mai to Koh Lanta. To view information on the total 10 available routes and to book, visit www.airasia.com.

Keep updated with AirAsia’s latest promotions and activities via Twitter (twitter.com/AirAsiaThailand) and Facebook (facebook.com/AirAsiaThailand).

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