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Fly from Sydney, Australia, to Bangkok, Thailand, for as little as AUD1,152 (USD1,185) during Qantas Airlines Thailand Sale. The quoted price is for round-trip economy class travel inclusive of all taxes and surcharges. Fares from other Australian cities are slightly higher. Promotional fares are available for travel on selected dates now through November 13, 2011.
Explore Thailand with Emirates Airlines’ special fares to Bangkok and beyond. Roundtrip economy travel from Dubai to Bangkok is USD820 inclusive of all taxes and fees. The fare can be topped up to include a flight to Koh Samui for USD1,045, Chiang Mai for USD1,058, or Phuket for USD1,095. This promotion is available for bookings and travel until October 31, 2011.
Bangkok Airways is offering special fares for online bookings made until September 30, 2011. Promotional one-way fares are 1,690 (USD56) for travel between Bangkok and Chiang Mai or THB1,990 (USD66) between Bangkok and Phuket. International fares to Yangon or Phnom Penh are also on sale for THB3,290 (USD110) one-way or THB4,290 (USD143) round-trip.
Whether you’re departing from Phuket, Krabi, Hat Yai or Bangkok, Tiger Airways has the lowest prices for direct flights to Singapore. One-way fares from Bangkok start from THB1,300 (USD43) and one-way fares from the other cities just THB700 (USD35). Taxes and surcharges are additional. Promotional fares are subject to availability and prices will be higher on weekends and holidays.
Thai Airways is celebrating their 51st anniversary by offering a free domestic flight with the purchase of a round-trip international flight. Passengers only need to pay the taxes and surcharges and can choose from domestic destinations like Bangkok, Phuket, Chiang Mai, and Krabi. Tickets must be booked by July 31 and the travel period is until September 30, 2011 for most destinations.
Orient Thai Airlines is celebrating their 16th anniversary by offering one complimentary flight to any passenger who flies on their birthday between June 1 and October 31, 2011. Passengers only need to pay THB600 (USD20) to cover taxes and surcharges. Orient Thai is a domestic airline and flies from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket, Hat Yai, Trang, and Nakhorn Sri Thammarat.
Singapore Airlines is offering special prices on flights from Bangkok to major cities in Australia and New Zealand. Promotional roundtrip fares include THB23,045 (USD765) to Perth, THB28,125 (USD935) to Melbourne, THB28,720 (USD955) to Sydney, and THB37,560 (USD1,250) to Auckland. Prices include taxes and airline surcharges. These fares are available until June 30, 2011.
Starting from May 1, 2011, Nok Air will fly from Bangkok to the southern city of Hat Yai six times every day. Promotional one-way fares start from just THB1,190 (USD40) inclusive of taxes and surcharges. Nok Air is a domestic carrier and also flies to Chiang Mai and Phuket for similarly low prices. Promotional fares are available until sold out for valid for travel until September 30, 2011.
Budget carrier Air Asia has increased the frequency of their flights from Thailand to Malaysia and Singapore. Starting April 1, 2011, AirAsia will fly from Bangkok to Singapore four times daily. Additionally, Air Asia now flies direct from Phuket to Kuala Lumpur four times daily. One-way fares start from THB1,050 (USD35) to Kuala Lumpur and THB2,090 (USD70) to Singapore.
Air Bagan now offers direct flights between Phuket and Yangon, the largest city in Myanmar. Service starts on April 11, 2011, and there will be two flights per week. The introductory fare for a round-trip flight is USD315 inclusive of taxes, insurance and fuel surcharges. This promotional price is valid from now until September 30, 2011.