Bangkok Airways is set to resume additional four domestic services from June 1, 2020 onwards with Bangkok – Sukhothai (roundtrip) daily flight, Bangkok – Lampang (roundtrip) daily flight, Bangkok – Chiang Mai (roundtrip) twice daily flights and Bangkok – Phuket (roundtrip) twice daily flights.
The airline will also increase more flight frequency on Bangkok–Samui service which has resumed operation from May 15, 2020 from two to four flights per day.
The airline authorities have mentioned that all the service provisions available to passengers onboard the flight will be in compliance with the safety measures and social distancing practices laid out by the Ministry of Public Health and the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand.
The safety and hygiene measures that will be followed include onboard seat allocations with necessary distance, suspension of in-flight meal service and prohibition of consumption of personal food and drink onboard.
Cabin attendants will be required to wear masks and gloves when on duty and passengers are required to prepare and wear masks at all times during the flight.
The passengers will also undergo body temperature screening at the airport.
In a press statement the airline stated, “Health and safety concerns of passengers and staff remain Bangkok Airways’ top priority. The airline will continue to implement precautionary measures to help contain the spread of the virus.”
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