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About Bangkok Airways

Established in 1968, Bangkok Airways is a regional Southeast Asian carrier owned by Prasert Prasarttong-Osoth and others. Suvarnabhumi Airport serves as a hub and Samui and Krabi Airports are the cities in focus. Asia’s Boutique Airline is the catchphrase of the organization. Flights are carried to Bangladesh, China, Malaysia, Maldives, Vietnam, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, India, Laos, Singapore and Thailand. It enjoys code-sharing agreements with 13 premier airlines in the region. Airbus and ATR make the fleet of a 37 owned by the company.

Vientiane City Contacts

Bangkok Airways Vientiane (LAOS) Airport Office Contact Details

There are 6 flights per day from different airlines; 1 h 15m is the duration of a normal flight. Bangkok Airways flight to Vientiane (BKK-VTE), schedule, lounge info, flights schedule, baggage allowance, booking, reviews, check-In, safety, promotions and more informative stuff can be accessed online.

 

Bangkok Airways Vientiane Office Contacts (Town Office)

 

Address: Bangkok Airways Vientiane Office

Lao Plaza Hotel, 63 Samsenthai road, Shop B, Xiengyeun village, Chanthabouly district, Vientiane Lao PDR

Tel: (856) 21 242 557

(856) 21 242 559

Fax: (856) 21 242 818

 

Email: vterrpg@bangkokair.com

 

Office Hours (Mon-Sat): 08:00 – 17:00

Closed for lunch: 12:00 – 13:00

Sunday: Closed

 

Airport Office Contact Details

 

Address: Wattay-Vientiane International Airport

Level1, International terminal

Souphanouvong RD,.

Sikhottabong district Vientiane, Lao PDR


Tel: (856-21) 513 170

 

Fax: (856 21) 513 170

 

Some Facts about Vientiane (Laos)

 

Sanalwood and City of the Moon may be the nicks of Vientiane.

City was rebuilt in French rule after been razed to ground by the neighboring Siam (now Thailand).

Architecture is French and depicts colonial heritage.

Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge constructed in 1990 over Mekong River connects the country to Northern Thailand.

A Buddhist Temple Si Muang is a popular tourist destination in the national Capital of Laos.