New flights to Mumbai from Bangalore have been started by Bangkok Airways.

New flights to Mumbai from Bangalore have been started by Bangkok Airways.

A total of six flights per week will connect the Thai capital with the Indian city as the airline capitalises on the strong demand for seats. An Airbus A319 will make the trip with a total of 118 seats available – 12 in business class and 106 economy seats.

The company is also set to start new flights from Bangkok to Dhaka from March 27th as part of its ongoing expansion plans, reported IANS.

“Demands are there and we realised that there is still plenty of room to be filled in terms of seat capacity,” explained Bangkok Airways’ president, Puttipong Prasarttong-Osot.

He added that the airline is expecting to achieve a 60 per cent capacity-load factor.

Bangkok Airways offers flights to Phuket, Krabi, Bangkok, Lampang, Ko Samui, Pattaya and Trat within Thailand as well as a number of overseas destinations.

Written by Alex Cochrane.

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