About Bangkok Airways
Bangkok Airways is a regional carrier stationed at 99 Mu 14 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Jom Phol Subdistrict, Chatuchak, Bangkok, Thailand. After the launch of the service in 1968, it took Bangkok Airways quite a time to have its own airport facility which got opened around April 1989. Direct flights were initiated to Hong Kong, Pattaya, Singapore, Krabi, Chiang Mai and Phuket. This was followed by the opening of a second Launchpad at Sukhothai Province in 1996. To facilitate tourists to Ko Chang, a third airport was opened in Trat Province in March 2003. The company is sponsoring a number of domestic soccer clubs including Krabi FC, Chiang Mai FC, Trat FC and others. Safety Record of the airliner is though ok now but had some troubled past. Bangkok Airways Flight 125’s crash on Nov 21, 1990 which left all 38 people on board dead is still a blot that stays with it.
The flight from Chiang Mai to Mandalay is PG 725. Bangkok Airways Mandalay (MDL) to Chiang Mai (CNX), lounge, Yangon Terminal, flight schedule, Yangon office contacts, check-in, car rental, hotels and related info is available online. Here is the official site of Asia’s Boutique Airline: www.bangkokair.com/
Bangkok Airways Mandalay Office Contact Details
Bangkok Airways Town Office Contact
Address: Building no.14, 78 street between 33-34 street, opposite side of Diamond Plaza, Chanayetharzan Township, Mandalay, Republic of The Union of Myanmar
Tel: +95 (0) 236323
Office Hours: 09:00 – 17:00 (Weekday)
Saturday: 09:00 – 13:00
Holiday: 09:00 – 17:00
Lunch Break: 12:00 – 13:00
Mandalay Airport Office Contact
Address: Mandalay International Airport (TaDaOo)
Bangkok Airways PCL. Office 2nd Floor,
Departure Area Mandalay,
Republic of the Union of Myanmar
Tel: +95 (0) 227082
Fax: +95 (0) 227083
Office Hours: 09.30 – 17.30
A bit About Mandalay
The city is second largest in Myanmar and is a center of Burmese Culture.
Mandalay lies on River Irrawaddy in Central Burma.
It had served as the capital of last Burmese Kingdom before the takeover of Britain.
Japan became the new colonialist by thrashing Britain during World War II.
Rakhine or Arakan pagoda is a major historical site.
The Second World War badly ruined the city.