Krabi Airport Flight Schedule – Aug 2013

August 4, 2013 by  
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Krabi Airport Flight Schedule.
Updated on August 04, 2013
Posted By KDSH.

For The  Month of  August 2013
Check The Information, Time & Frequency Of Any Flight To & From Krabi International Airport.

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Tiger Airways to resume flights to Krabi, Thailand

July 21, 2009 by  
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phphcagzoSingapore’s budget carrier Tiger Airways will resume flights to the Thai resort of Krabi four times a week from end-October. The airline said sales, which began Tuesday, will be for travel from October 25 onwards. Fares start from S$20 one way, excluding airport taxes and charges. Tiger will be the only airline operating from Singapore to Krabi, which is the airline’s third destination in Thailand, after Bangkok and Phuket.

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On the road from Singapore to Krabi.

July 8, 2009 by  
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In this modern era of better transportation and communication services, the world today is getting smaller. A ‘tourist’ is a person who performs a journey for the sake of curiosity and the pursuits of pleasure from the novelty of sightseeing in a change environment away from the daily routine back at home. He or she is constantly faced with considerable uncertainty regarding a decision and may have only scanty ideas about the place he  or she visits, most probably due to the limited awareness and collected information. Different alternative of travel such as by air, sea or overland are evaluated against the criteria of wellness, budget and time constraint.

CLICK HERE & READ MORE DETAILS ABOUT KRABI DISCOVERY, we are here to provide details on local knowledge and up to date advice on locations, activities, transfers and accommodations.

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From Sungai Golok to Krabi

June 25, 2009 by  
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From Sungai Golok and eastern side of peninsular Malaysia.

Lies opposite Sungai Golok is Rantau Panjang, an exit point for travellers leaving Malaysia who have visited interesting  places such as  Kuantan, Pulau Redang in Terrengganu, Pulau Perhenthan, Kuala Besut, Kota Bahru, Kelantan. Read  this related article to get to Kota Bahru.

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From Singapore and Malaysia

June 23, 2009 by  
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Welcome Singaporeans, Malaysians and other visitors coming up from Singapore or Kuala Lumpur.


300px-airasia_planeFrom 25th October 2009, Tiger Airways will resume direct flights between Singapore and Krabi four times a week. If you are planning a trip down to Krabi, you can start to book your flight tickets online. More details  at Tiger Airways also flies to Bangkok and Phuket from Changi Airport where you can get connecting flights down to Krabi.

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Getting To Krabi

June 2, 2009 by  
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By Air
Krabi International Airport is easily accessible to tourists from different parts of the world, one can arrange connecting flights within transitional points from the hub cities of Bangkok, Phuket and Kuala Lumpur. For example, one can fly in to Krabi from Singapore or Australia through Kuala Lumpur on Air Asia. Another example, those coming in from  Singapore, can fly in by Singapore-Bangkok-Krabi or direct flights to Phuket and continue the journey by land or ferry services.

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Krabi International Airport

May 27, 2009 by  
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The Province of Krabi is easily accessible and affordable to travellers by land, sea and air. More and more people around the world are taking short breaks as opposed to taking one or two long vacations in a year. One can now easily take a weekend getaway in Krabi and its surrounding regions to unwind. Krabi offers an exciting and memorable holiday where the ocean and tropical offshore islands become the favourite playground for all who made Krabi as their holiday destination and especially those visitors who made repeated trips annually.
The trends in traveling worldwide have changed over the years especially with many low cost carriers establishing and operating out from Krabi International Airport.
In 1983 the private sector and the Municipal Administrative Office, having had realized the high potential for tourism of Changwat Krabi had co-operated to construct a small airport on public land which was completed in 1986 serving the air transport by 18-seated aircraft of Sahakol Air company( now Bangkok Airway Co., Ltd.).