Discover Greater Bay Airlines from Hong Kong to Bangkok

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Greater Bay Airlines (GBA) is offered two flights a day between Hong Kong and Bangkok to meet increasing demand during the Lunar New Year celebrations and beyond.

From the busy Hong Kong airport, GBA flight HB281 departs at 8.30am, landing at Suvarnabhumi International Airport near Bangkok by 10.30am.

The second daily flight departs from HB283 departing at 15:00 and arriving in the Thai capital at 17:00. Meanwhile, departing from Bangkok, HB282 takes off at 11.35am, landing in Hong Kong at 3.30pm.

The night schedule is followed by flight HB284, departing from Thailand at 18:00 and landing in Hong Kong by 22:00.

To celebrate this aviation extravaganza, GBA is opening the doors to special pricing opportunities until March 31. Fly round-trip between Bangkok and Hong Kong for just 2,100 baht each when you book for two or more passengers.

This stellar promotion covers flights departing from Bangkok during different periods: 2nd to 12th February, 19th February to 5th April, 9th to 11th April, 15th April to 3rd May and 7th May to June 30. These tickets are valid for jetsetter couples to be granted a seven-day getaway, along with 7 kilograms of hand luggage and 20 kilograms of checked baggage allowance for each flight, Travel News Asia reported.

Since its takeoff in July 2022, GBA has soared, connecting Hong Kong with destinations such as Bangkok, Tokyo, Osaka, Taipei, Seoul, Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) and Manila.

In related news, Thai Airways has taken legal action against a passenger who criticized the airline’s decision to divert a Bangkok-Melbourne flight to Sydney due to bad weather. The airline maintains that the crew followed international safety standards and seeks to protect its reputation and that of its staff.

Thai Airways has dealt with the mutiny sparked by passenger complaints over the captain’s decision to change the landing destination of a flight from Melbourne to Sydney. The airline announced on February 1 that it was taking legal action to defend its rights and those of its employees affected by the incident on flight TG 465 on January 28.

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