Bangkok Airways to Install Premier Class

Above: The premium seat will be 20 inches wide with a 31-inch seat pitch.

Bangkok Airways has announced it will introduce its Premier class on select services from October 28.

The seats will be installed on the Kuala Lumpur (via Samui) route (flights PG951 and PG952) from October 28, followed by the Bangkok to Phnom Penh flight from December 1.

The premium seat will be 20 inches wide with a 31-inch seat pitch, and passengers will be entitled to a 30kg baggage allowance, priority boarding, and separate check in at the carrier’s Blue Ribbon counter.

To promote the roll-out, Bangkok Airways is offering a 40 percent discount on its Premier class fares. The offer is valid for seats booked before November 9 for travel between October 28 and November 30.


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