AirAsia has increased its connectivity to Khon Kaen, the city in northeast Thailand, with the launch of two new daily flights.
Effective 28 April, Thai AirAsia started flying direct to Khon Kaen from Chiang Mai and Hat Yai, the largest cities in northern and southern Thailand respectively. These flights will run in addition to the airline’s existing four daily flights between Khon Kaen and Bangkok’s Don Mueang Airport.
The Chiang Mai-Khon Kaen route will depart the northern Thai city daily at 0700 and arrive in Khon Kaen at 0810. The return flights will then leave at 1420 and arrive back in Chiang Mai at 1540.
On the Hat Yai route, services will leave Khon Kaen at 0920 and arrive in Hat Yai at 1120. The return flights will then depart the southern city at 1150 and arrive back in Khon Kaen at 1350.
Both routes will be operated using Thai AirAsia’s 180-seat, all-economy Airbus A320 aircraft.
Thai AirAsia operates flights from six bases in the country: Bangkok (Don Mueang), Phuket, Chiang Mai, Krabi, Pattaya (U-Tapao) and Hat Yai.