Published on : Thursday, April 11, 2019
AirAsia has launched its direct flights from Ahmedabad to Bangkok. Experience the unique culture and lush nature of Thailand with this new service – AirAsia’s inaugural Ahmedabad route – starting 31 May 2019, with special all-in promotional fares exclusively for AirAsia BIG members.
The guest can book from 9-21 April 2019 for travel between 31 May 2019 and 4 February 2020 on Air Asia website or AirAsia mobile app. The guests can also take advantage of the convenient flight schedule with early morning arrival and evening departure, which gives them more time to spend in Bangkok.
Ahmedabad is the ninth Indian destination for AirAsia Thailand (carrier code FD), after Kochi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Jaipur, Visakhapatnam and Gaya (seasonal).
AirAsia Thailand CEO Santisuk Klongchaiya said that India is a strategic market for AirAsia and our focus is on further growing our international connectivity to the country. This new route will expand the travel opportunities for the people of western India, and they are confident that their unique combination of low fares and award-winning service will stimulate traffic on this underserved route and fuel tourism and economic growth.
AirAsia Thailand has recorded a positive load factor of up to 87 percent on its India routes, with guests travelling between Bangkok and existing destinations in India increasing 7% on-year, translating into economic benefits for both countries.
The guests who wish to explore AirAsia’s network beyond Bangkok can make use of the convenient Fly-Thru service, which allows them to transit via Bangkok with baggage checked through from Ahmedabad to domestic destinations such as Chiang Mai, Phuket and Krabi, as well as other Asian cities like Singapore, Bali, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh and Tokyo.
Thailand, located in the centre of Asean, is a vibrant destination famed its rich culture, splendid religious sites and world-class hospitality, not to mention a wide array of shopping complexes and ubiquitous street food that will fascinate visitors from dusk till dawn.