Commercial flights at Thailand’s newest airport in Yala to take off on March 14

Commercial flights at Thailand’s newest airport in the southern province Yala are set to take off on March 14. PM Prayut Chan-o-cha introduced that the primary flight to Yala’s Betong Airport will depart from Bangkok’s Don Mueang Airport this month. Unlock is half of the government’s strategy to strengthen the economic system and stability in the three southern provinces, in accordance with a statement from the Transport Ministry.
“The airport will type a hub connecting the three provinces of Pattani, Narathiwat and Yala underneath the government’s regional development plan, and can help promote transportation, logistics and tourism within the areas.”
Nok Air will be the airline in charge. They will fly from Don Mueang to Betong 3 times every week on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
The first chartered airplane at Betong Airport landed earlier this yr January 29. The airport was the country’s first airport to be granted the Public Aerodrome Operating Certificate by the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand. The certificate is a new accreditation for airports that meet the newest worldwide air transport safety standards..

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