Chiang Mai flights increase 36%

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The number of flights serving Chiang Mai has increased 36 percent since interprovincial travel restrictions were lifted last month.
The number of flights serving Chiang Mai has increased 36 percent since interprovincial travel restrictions were lifted last month.

The number of flights serving Chiang Mai has increased 36 percent since interprovincial travel restrictions were lifted last month.



Amornrak Chumsai Na Ayutthaya, director of Chiang Mai International Airport, said July 2 that there are now an average 68 scheduled flights a day, up from 40 when the airport reopened last month. Passengers have increased about 50 percent to 4,000-5,000 a day.

Despite the increase volume, Chiang Mai still in complying full with the government’s disease-prevention requirements, he said.

Airlines have increased flights from Chiang Mai to Bangkok, Utapao, Hat Yai, Ubon, and Udon.
Airlines have increased flights from Chiang Mai to Bangkok, Utapao, Hat Yai, Ubon, and Udon.

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Passengers have increased about 50 percent to 4,000-5,000 a day.
Passengers have increased about 50 percent to 4,000-5,000 a day.