Four New Airline Routes in Asia

AirAsia to launch flights from Bangkok to Ranong, Vietjet links Nha Trang to Seoul, and more.

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Tokyo Narita to Enjoy Flights to Fiji

Come July 3, 2018, Fiji Airways will launch thrice-weekly flights between Nadi International Airport and Tokyo Narita International Airport, served by Airbus A330-200/300. On Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, the nine-hour flight will depart Nadi at 13:25, arriving in Tokyo at 19:30, before leaving Tokyo at 21:25 for arrival at Nadi at 09:05 the next day.

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AirAsia to Launch Flights from Bangkok to Ranong

Thai AirAsia has started sales for its upcoming domestic flights between Bangkok’s Don Mueang International Airport to the southern city of Ranong, a gateway for the Surin Islands and in nearby Myanmar, the Mergui Archipelago. Come February 16, flights will depart Bangkok daily at 11:45 for arrivals in Ranong at 13:00. On the return, flights will leave Ranong at 13:40 to reach Bangkok at 14:55.


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Vietjet Starts Daily Flights from Nha Trang To Seoul

Vietjet has launched daily flights between Nha Trang and Seoul, with flights departing Nha Trang at 16:15 and arriving in Seoul at 22:45. On the return journey, flights depart Seoul at 01:50 for arrival in Nha Trang at 05:25.

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Air China Links Beijing to Brisbane

Air China is now flying from Beijing to Brisbane via Airbus 330-200, making it the airline’s third Australian destination after Sydney and Melbourne. Flights depart from Beijing at 02:30 on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, and arrive in Brisbane at 15:10. Inbound flights will depart from Brisbane at 19:30 and arrive in Beijing at 04:45 the next day.

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