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Silkair Extra Flights To Phuket For All This Week

Silkair Extends Extra Flights To Phuket For All Of This Week


To help clear the build-up of customers who have been affected by the closure of Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, SilkAir will be mounting 13 additional flights between Singapore and Phuket between today (2 December) and Sunday (7 December), operated by Airbus A320 and A310 aircraft. This is in addition to the four to five regularly-scheduled flights per day on the route.

The 13 flights will consist of two additional daily flights every day till Sunday, except for today, when there will be three additional flights.

SilkAir will continue to monitor the situation in Thailand closely and will add capacity to its Thai routes in the coming days, if demand requires.

As of yesterday (1 December), SilkAir has mounted eight additional flights to Phuket and three additional flights to Chiang Mai to cater for stranded passengers affected by the Suvarnabhumi Airport closure.

Since 26 November 2008, SilkAir has been accepting Singapore Airlines tickets between Bangkok-Singapore for travel on Phuket-Singapore or Chiang Mai-Singapore, without additional charges.

Customers who wish to book themselves on SilkAir flights to and from Chiang Mai or Phuket should call +66 2 353 6000, +66 7630 4018/19/20 or +65 6225 4488 (office hours). Alternatively, they can call +65 6223 8888 (24 hours).

Customers can stay up-to-date with new developments on Thailand flights on the New Flash page on silkair.com, or the Breaking News page on the Singapore Airlines website, singaporeair.com.


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