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About Bangkok Airways

Bangkok Airways was the first airline to become operational in Thailand under the name 'Sahakol Air'. The airline commenced its services in the year 1968, when it flew its first aircraft, Trade Wind, which was a nine-seater plane. The airline got orders for charter planes from various companies like OICC, USOM and others. Owing to the boom in tourism and business investment in the country, aviation industry gained prime importance. Bangkok Airways was formed to meet the increasing demands of the people and country’s economic growth. Back then, the schedule of Bangkok Airways flights covered Surin, Krabi and Korat. At present, the airline offers air tickets to major tourist destinations in Thailand across 20 different air routes. It also lets customers book flights at low air fare to international destinations like India, Bangladesh, Maldives, Singapore, Malaysia, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar. Bangkok Airways is also the owner of privately-operated airports at Trat, Sukhothai and Samui. These airports, maintained and developed by the Bangkok Airways, have provided the country with several aviation hubs that help in managing increasing air traffic. The airline also lets passengers book tickets to any destination with its online booking facility. Apart from booking online, travellers can also use the web check-in facility from where they can choose their seats as well.

About Chiang Mai (CNX)

Chiang Mai, means ‘new city’, is the largest and culturally significant city in northern Thailand and is the capital of Chiang Mai Province. The city is adjacent to The Ping River, an important tributary of Chao Phraya River. It is Thailand's fifth largest city, surrounded by mountains and lush green countryside. Also termed as the ‘Rose of the North’, it has a significant expat population. The city has successfully managed to combine its rich history and traditions along with modern side, making it a dynamic and modern city. It has a distinct international airport with direct flights to all countries in regions of China, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Burma and Cambodia. The city has many businesses and foreign organizations located from over the past decade due to its excellent infrastructure. The city has an atmosphere of composure and timeless culture with more than three hundred temples, some of them are the most beautiful and revered in entire Buddhist world. The immediate vicinity of the city is full of genuine adventures such as river rafting, Jungle tours, elephant riding and hill tribe village. It is a great hub for shopping of handicrafts, clothes and luxury items and you can find everything at great prices. The city is full of small family-run shops to world-class luxury outlets and shopping malls. Famous for its friendly people, beautiful women, amazing handicrafts, awesome climate and stunning mountain scenery, the city has numerous entertainment options with plenty of festivals, outdoor activities and great nightlife. The quality of living is supreme and you can find accommodation and food of highest standard at very low cost. Local transport is provided in four forms: tuktuks, songthaews, rickshaws and Chinag Mai Bus Service. This is one of the exotic and adventure-filled countries which can be extraordinary affordable and peaceful as well. You can instantly book cheap air tickets from MakeMyTrip.com and visit this beautiful and scenic place. It is a leading website in the entire online travel industry. The website offers you the broadest selection of travel products and services in India. You can even book hotels according to our need and budget. This website helps you to plan your travel in a convenient and affordable manner.

About Chiang Mai International Airport

Chiang Mai Airport, Thailand, 60 Sanambin Road, Suthep District, Amphoe Muang, Changwat Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0)53 270222/33 | +66 (0)53 203300/19 | Fax: +66 (0)53 277284