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Airberlin, Bangkok Air link capital to Europe

Airberlin, Bangkok Air link capital to Europe

AIRBERLIN has linked up with Bangkok Airlines to connect its European network to Phnom Penh. The airline announced late last week that European passengers can now fly to the capital via Bangkok, for return fares of around US$659 return. Airberlin is the fifth largest airline in Europe and has 167 aircrafts. Bangkok Airlines has also launched a 6:40am flight from Phnom Penh to enable passengers to connect to Europe more easily.


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