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Thai Vietjet to increase flights on Taipei to Bangkok route from November


From next month, Thai Vietjet will increase the number of flights offered from Taipei to Bangkok, up from 3 times a week to a daily service. The additional flights will begin on November 2, according to a TTR Weekly report.

Thai Vietjet’s Commercial Director, Pinyot Pibulsonggram, says the move is in response to Taiwan easing Covid-19 quarantine requirements and a return to visa-free travel for Thai visitors.

“After a long break from Covid-19, the gradual restoration of the international travel market is a significant sign. There has been great feedback from the market between Thailand and Taiwan since our flight service launch to Taipei last August.

“With further relaxation of travel restrictions in Taiwan, allowing Thai travellers to enter Taiwan without quarantine and visa-free, we are eager to add more flights during the upcoming peak travel season.”

From November 2, the carrier will operate a daily service between Taipei and Bangkok Suvarnabhumi, with a flight time of around 3 hours and 45 minutes. Passengers arriving at Suvarnabhumi will also be offered connections to other Thai destinations, including Phuket, Krabi, and Chiang Mai.


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