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These amazing flight deals are for ladies only

Chiang Mai, Krabi, Phuket—where to this August?

By Lily Kittisrikangwan | Jun 20, 2017

  • These amazing flight deals are for ladies only
    Credit: Bangkok Airways
  • These amazing flight deals are for ladies only
    Koh Phae, Phuket
  • These amazing flight deals are for ladies only
    Doi Chiang Dao
  • These amazing flight deals are for ladies only
    Credit: Bangkok Airways
  • These amazing flight deals are for ladies only
    Chui Fong Tea Plantation Chiang Rai

Bangkok Airways is rolling out awesome flight deals this August as part of its Women's Journey campaign in collaboration with the Tourism Authority of Thailand.

That translates to single-leg flights from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Lampang, Sukhothai, Trat, Krabi or Phuket going for as little as B1,290. Return flights are the same, with the exception of Sukhothai (B1,390) and Trat (B1,390). 

While those are by no means the cheapest deals around, don't forget that the boutique airline offers full service (30kg luggage allowance and a meal on every flight) and a lounge area for all guests.

Sorry guys, but these deals are for ladies only. You can book from now through Aug 15 at bit.ly/2tHpN3r, applicable for flights through the end of Aug, 2017.  

Hint: Not a bad way to celebrate Mother's Day (Aug 12). 

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