Posted on 12 November 2011.
Thai Airways, Thailand’s national flag carrier, has cut its one-way ticket prices from Bangkok to five southern destinations as flooding in the capital threatens the only highway from the capital to the South.
Piyasavasti Amranand, airline president, said Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is concerned about possible flooding on Rama II Road, the last main route from the capital to the southern provinces after two other routes, Phetchakasem Road and Boromarajonani Road have been flooded.
As a result, he said Thai Airways decided to cut ticket prices by 47-58 per cent from Bangkok to southern destinations, with special price ticket available from Nov 11-Dec 10.
The new price for one-way Bangkok-Surat Thani tickets dropped from Bt4,290 to Bt1,820; Krabi from Bt4,490 to Bt1,920; Phuket from Bt4,675 to Bt2,015, Hat Yai from Bt5,155 to Bt2,255; and Samui from Bt6,360 to Bt2,930, all excluding airport tax. Continue Reading
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Posted on 07 November 2011.
Customers’ good opinion is so important in every industry these days. You only have to a quick look on customer review sites to see just how the internet is empowering customers and helping them to give valuable feedback to other consumers about who are the best companies to use.
This power has been harnessed by the travel service website Holiday Extras. They have taken this feverish need of their customers to give their opinions about the products they buy and the companies they use and they have invited their customers to vote for the best in the travel industry in the Holiday Extras Customer Awards.
The awards are now in their third year and each year more and more people become involved in the voting process. This year 66,000 people voted which is almost triple the number of votes that were cast last year. Continue Reading
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