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Flights which might be nonetheless working on Bangkok Airways

Following recent announcements by the Thailand Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) regarding travel restrictions in Thailand, Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited has announced the temporary cancellation of some of its domestic flights from July 13th to 31st, 2021.

  • Bangkok – Samui (round trip) 2 flights per day
  • Sealed route flights between Bangkok and Samui accommodating international transit passengers (3 flights per day)
  • Samui – Phuket (round trip) 4 flights per week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday), these flights will be available from July 16, 2021

Last week it was reported that Bangkok, the City of Angels, is experiencing another COVID-19 surge.

Bangkok Airways responded today by canceling the following domestic flights:

1. Bangkok – Chiang Mai (round trip)
2. Bangkok – Phuket (round trip)
3. Bangkok – Sukhothai (round trip)
4. Bangkok – Lampang (round trip)
5. Bangkok – Trat (round trip)

Samui – Singapore (round trip) 3 flights per week (Monday, Thursday and Sunday), these flights will be available from August 1, 2021.

Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited is a regional airline based in Bangkok, Thailand. It operates scheduled flights to destinations in Thailand, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Singapore and Vietnam. Their main base is Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Passengers traveling before July 31, 2021 can waive the rebooking fees or, alternatively, request a refund in the form of a travel voucher that can be used for future ticketing. Passengers can make any necessary changes up to 24 hours before their flight. For more information, visit (terms and conditions apply).

Passengers who wish to change their trip without a new set travel date (open ticket) can submit their application within 24 hours prior to the proposed departure date via The airline will use the information provided through this form to provide further assistance to passengers.

Passengers can contact the airline through the following channels;

Passengers who have booked their tickets through travel agents are advised to contact their agents directly for further arrangements.

In addition, the airline encourages passengers to review announcements, orders, and travel procedures for each destination prior to travel by relevant authorities such as:

  • The Center for COVID-19 Situation Management (CCSA) information-province /

  • Airports of Thailand
  • Airports Department

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