|Quoting lightsaber (Reply 1):|
Which Bangkok airport?
|Quoting behramjee (Reply 10):|
Nevertheless after having failed miserably their KUL-EU long haul experiment, it would be best for the airline to first build a regional medium haul network out of BKK with its A333s based there rather than take on a more riskier, low yielding approach targeting Europe.
|Quoting Ben175 (Reply 5):|
I'd love to see D7 operate BKK-PER/MEL and SYD. They've really opened up Kuala Lumpur as a destination down under.
|Quoting spinkid (Reply 2):|
'm a little surprised they chose Don Muang. I thought after the flooding most operations had moved to BKK and had not moved back to Don Muang.
|Quoting LAXintl (Reply 8):|
Europe demand to Thailand is certainly much larger then from Malaysia where they tried previously.
|Quoting TC957 (Reply 4):|
Air Asia X could operate with the latest A333IGW's to Europe from BKK if they wished, but I guess DY will steal a march on them with their intended forthcoming services to BKK. Hopefully that'll bring fares down a bit
|Quoting TC957 (Reply 19):|
LAX - similar distance to BKK from London - often has fares around £200GBP lower. Obviously a ball-part figure, and subject to seasons, but all the same LAX is normally around that sort of lesser cost.