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Chiang Rai will be the next gateway to AirAsia Thailand (the newly renamed brand for Thai AirAsia) with four new routes being inaugurated between January and February, offering new opportunities to enjoy Northern Thailand and by extension, the Shan State in Myanmar as the border is less than two hours away from Chiang Rai International Airport.
AirAsia Thailand currently offers seven daily flights out of Chiang Rai. Six daily frequencies link the Northern town to Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport while another daily service links Chiang Rai to Hat Yai. This is Thailand’s longest flight as it takes two hours and 15 minutes.
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