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Hong Kong Express introduced its newest enterprise: a brand-new route from Hong Kong to Bangkok’s Don Mueang Worldwide Airport (DMK), scheduled to take flight on April 25.

Confirming the thrilling growth, the airline took to its Fb web page to share the information, revealing that the every day service will complement its present flights to Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, together with common locations like Phuket in southern Thailand and Chiang Mai, the colourful hub of the north.

With a strategic base in Hong Kong, the airline is about to intensify its presence in Bangkok, with a strong schedule of three every day flights to Suvarnabhumi Airport, supplemented by three weekly providers on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, amassing a whopping whole of 24 flights every week.

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To kick-start this new enterprise with a bang, Hong Kong Express is rolling out irresistible offers, providing one-way tickets from Hong Kong to Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok at jaw-dropping costs ranging from simply 108 Hong Kong {dollars} (roughly 500 baht). That’s a steal in contrast to the standard fares to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport, Phuket, and Chiang Mai, which start at 128 Hong Kong {dollars} for a one-way journey. However hurry, the window for these discounted fares is proscribed, spanning from April 25 to August 26, reported TTR Weekly.

Travellers can count on consolation and comfort aboard the A320 plane earmarked for the HKG-DMK route, that includes a configuration of 174 seats in a single cabin class. This transfer places Hong Kong Express in direct competitors with Thai AirAsia, the incumbent provider providing three every day flights from Don Mueang Airport to Hong Kong Worldwide Airport.

In associated information, six Thai airways have requested for authorisation to increase home flight operations throughout peak vacation intervals, responding to widespread public fury over exorbitant airfares.

Representatives from Thai Airways Worldwide, Bangkok Airways, Thai AirAsia, Thai Lion Air, Nok Air, and Thai Vietjet convened with the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) yesterday to delve into methods for curbing fare hikes.

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