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I don't know how many know but Sihanoukville (KOS) airport is open, you can book a

flight from Bangkok to Sihanoukville (KOS) airport now.

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I don't know how many know but Sihanoukville (KOS) airport is open, you can book a

flight from Bangkok to Sihanoukville (KOS) airport now.

 

That has to be safer than some crazy taxi ride.

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Am I right in thinking that the place was flying for a while then closed down for safety reasons! That was perhaps 7/8 years ago so they may have got it right by now.

 

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Are the flights out of Suvarnbhumi or Don Muang? What airlines?

 

Have a look on Google and it might surprise you how hard it to use this option.

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Are the flights out of Suvarnbhumi or Don Muang? What airlines?

I found it on Kayak

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I don't have any near term interest in going to Sihanoukville. Also, I'm trying to control my OCD, but I can't help but observe that no one has bothered to provide a link or name a carrier.

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I don't have any near term interest in going to Sihanoukville. Also, I'm trying to control my OCD, but I can't help but observe that no one has bothered to provide a link or name a carrier.

Hope this helps:

 

http://www.kos.aero/en/flight-info/flight-search#anchor

 

I looked into flights to KOS some time ago. Many connect through SAI or PNH with long layovers. On top of that, most flights are on an MA60, which I refuse to board. Flights are $350 to $450. There are a couple direct flights, but if I recall correctly, they were cost prohibitive, $800 to $1,100.

 

Bayon Air has a RT flight PNH to KOS for a little over $100, but it connects through REP and is again on an MA60, which is a no go for me.

 

http://www.wsj.com/articles/a-tarnished-turboprop-clouds-chinas-aviation-dream-1458506181

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When I checked in January the flight BKK to KOS was one stop and about a 6 hour flight, I forget what it cost.

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I think there are flights from siem reap about three a week.also I read from Kuala Lumpur.

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I'm going from BKK to REP then REP to KOS and back to REP to BKK in October this year!

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As my next trip to BKK will probably be in April I may just do the hop to S'ville if I can find a flight.

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I been looking for a the cost of a flight to Sihanoukville but I keep coming up with no results, is the airport closed already? anyone know?

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The Chinese have said they are effectively going to make Snooky a Chinese specific resort and are, I am told, actively buying up anything they can in and around Snooky.

It must then follow that they will make bloody sure the authorities upgrade the airport to a decent standard

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The Chinese have said they are effectively going to make Snooky a Chinese specific resort and are, I am told, actively buying up anything they can in and around Snooky.

It must then follow that they will make bloody sure the authorities upgrade the airport to a decent standard

I posted elsewhere how China was effectively using money to control, strategic assets around the world, including the port at Darwin, and in Sri Lanka. They offer these poorer countries development wrapped up with a loan and when these countries can't pay back force them to hand over rights to national assets. (They even copy the 99 year lease idea Britain used for the New Territories of Hong Kong) Of course lending to these countries is like lending to a Thai brother in law.

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