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Airlines resume flights to flood-hit Samui

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Bangkok Airways and Thai Airways International have resumed most of their regular services to Koh Samui as stormy weather starts to clear, relieving frustration among passengers.

Bangkok Airways operated 19 flights yesterday to carry about 2,000 passengers off the flood-stricken island.

Thai Airways made three flights to Samui and transported 600 passengers who were stranded on the island after heavy flooding closed the island’s airport.

Bangkok Airways, which operates the largest number of flights through Samui, on Tuesday cancelled all 53 incoming and outgoing flights.

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1 thought on “Airlines resume flights to flood-hit Samui

  1. Hopefully service returns to normal as soon as possible. Seeing tourists being evacuated by Thai navy ships is not good for tourism to the area.

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