AirAsia Adds More Flights to Mandalay to 2 Daily With Promotional Fare Starting at 1290 THB per Trip*

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Wednesday January 18, 2017 10:15
Bangkok--18 Jan--Thai AirAsia

Thai AirAsia increases frequency of flights between Bangkok (Don Mueang) and Mandalay in Myanmar, to 2 flights daily starting 17 March 2017 onward, while offering a promotional fare starting at only 1,290 THB per trip*. Booking is available from today (16 January 2017) until 29 January 2017 for travel from 17 March 2017 to 28 October 2017.

Mr. Santisuk Klongchaiya, Director of Commercial for Thai AirAsia, explained that AirAsia's direct flights to Myanmar have grown in popularity as Thai people travel to the country to pay homage to its holy sites. Acknowledging such growth potential, especially in major cities such as Mandalay with its tourist attractions that include Shwenandaw Monastery, the holy Mahamuni Buddha Temple and Ubeng Bridge as well as its easy travel to the land of 4,000 pagodas Bagan, AirAsia has decided to provide even more opportunities for travel for both Thai and international travelers.

Thai AirAsia currently flies to various destinations within the CLMV region with 2 flights daily to Phnom Penh and 1 flight daily to Siem Reap of Cambodia, 1 flight daily to Vientiane and 1 flight daily to Luang Prabang of Laos, 4 flights daily to Yangon and 2 flights daily to Mandalay of Myanmar and 3 flights daily to Ho Chi Minh and 2 flights daily to Hanoi of Vietnam, all together offering 8 destinations served by over 19 flights a day, making the airline the leader in expansive CLMV network.

Thai AirAsia's vibrant options for travel in CLMV will prove especially handy this coming travel season, particularly due to its Fly Thru service, offering convenient connections to destinations across Thailand.

Thai AirAsia adds its latest flight to Mandalay with a special promotional fare starting at only 1,290 THB per trip* available for booking today (16 January 2017) to 29 January 2017 for travel from 17 March 2017 to 28 October 2017. Book at www.airasia.comor follow the latest information at www.facebook.com/AirAsiaThailand

Starting fare does not include ancillary services.
Flight Schedule for Don Mueang (DMK) to Mandalay (MDL)
Starts 17 March 2017
Flight No.   Route     Departure   Arrival   Frequency
FD 244       DMK-MDL   11:10       12:25     Daily
FD 245       MDL-DMK   12:55       15:15     Daily
FD 246       DMK-MDL   15:35 40   16:55     Daily (New Flight)
FD 247       MDL-DMK   17:30       19:50     Daily (New Flight)

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