LAO Airlines has been forced to cancel some flights on the Vientiane-Savannakhet-Siem Reap route, citing a drop in passenger numbers, the Laotian Embassy in Phnom Penh said Tuesday. Kengchai Sixanon, the Laotian Embassy’s first secretary, said the cancellations were directly related to a decline in passengers in recent weeks. “It simply comes down to if there’s not enough passengers then you cannot fly. But this is not a permanent cancellation,” he said. He said the flights would increase along with tourist demand, which may have been affected by the Thai conflict.
Lao Air cancels some flights to Siem Reap
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