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Nok Air Flying to Krabi, Thailand for Only 1,020 Baht ($33)

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Nok Air, one of Thailand's most popular budget airlines, has just announced a new route starting in January, 2014. The new flight route is from Bangkok to Krabi, Thailand's famous beach destination, with flights leaving twice a day from Don Mueang, Bangkok's domestic airport.

It's not just having a new Nok Air route that's so exciting, however, it's also some of the promotional prices they are charging as you can currently book to fly from Bangkok to Krabi on Nok Air starting at only 1,020 baht or $32 one-way. These are promotional prices and will likely sell fast, so make sure you book soon on Nok Air's website if you want to take advantage of them.

The Nok Air Bangkok to Krabi flights leave twice a day, with the first flight departing at 10:10am from Don Mueang Airport in northern Bangkok and the later flight at 5:15pm. The flight itself is just over one hour and fifteen minutes.

Flights depart from Krabi back to Bangkok at 12:00pm and 7:00pm.

Nok Air isn't just a cheap airline, though, they're also known for their great flights and excellent customer service. Even these low cost promotional flights still allow you to take up to 15 kilos of luggage at no charge, with extra weight being charged for at an affordable rate. Snacks are also available on board for a low price.

What's even more unusual is you can change your flights, even at the lowest promotional price, as long as you're willing to pay a small fee.

As for Krabi, it's one of Thailand's most popular beach destinations for both tourists and Thais for many very good reasons. Find out more about it before you book your Nok Air flight at the Tourism Authority of Thailand.



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