India-based Kingfisher Airlines is now flying to Bangkok with the recent introduction of a daily flight from New Delhi and a six-times-weekly service from Mumbai. The two new routes mark the airline’s the third international route out of New Delhi after Dubai and Hongkong and the fourth out of Mumbai after London, Hongkong and Singapore.
An Airbus 320 aircraft with two configuration – Kingfisher First and Kingfisher Class – is being utilised on the new Bangkok services.
Flight IT 025 departs New Delhi for Bangkok at 0130, landing at 0715 in Suvarnabhumi International Airport. The return IT 026 flight takes offs at 20:25 the same day with arrival at 23:25.
Meanwhile, flight IT 024 leaves Bangkok for Mumbai at 0830, arriving at 1125 local time. The return the IT 023 flight leaves for the Thai capital at 1315 with arrival in Mumbai at 1905. Kingfisher Airlines does not operate the service on Tuesdays.
Kingfisher Airlines currently flies to 61 cities in India and seven international destinations, including Hongkong, Singapore, Dubai, Colombo, Dhaka, Bangkok and London.
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