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Airlines are ramping up flights to and from Chiang Mai, northern Thailand, in time for the tourist High Season which runs from November until March. Most international visitors to Chiang Mai will fly from abroad into Bangkok first. Governor of Chiang Mai province Nirat Pongsitthavorn revealed that he has been in discussions with Nok Air about increasing flight frequency to Chiang Mai from the capital. The governor revealed that Nok Air will increase the frequency of their Bangkok – Chiang Mai route from eight flights per day to a whopping twelve flights per day, commencing November 1. Korean Air‘s direct […]

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