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Phuket gains an important connection to China's capital city

New Phuket-Beijing Four Times a Week Full Service by Jet Asia

Thursday, December 6, 2012
PHUKET: Jet Asia Airways today announced a four times weekly scheduled service from Phuket International Airport to Beijing International Capital Airport.

The Thai carrier's scheduled Phuket-Beijing-Phuket service will commence January 2013.

The full service, non-stop flight will be operated by a Boeing 767-200ER with an all economy class configuration of 235 seats.

JFx, Jet Asia's iPad based in-flight entertainment will be offered onboard for a fee equivalent to $5 US Dollars.

''We are proud to service Beijing with a direct flight to Phuket. The passenger traffic from China into Thailand has grown nearly 45 percent year on year for the past three years and we are excited to contribute to this growth,'' said Captain John Ross, Jet Asia's Vice President of Flight Operations.

Jet Asia is currently the only Thai carrier offering scheduled non-stop service between Phuket and Beijing.

About Jet Asia Airways Co., Ltd.
Jet Asia Airways, founded in 2009, is a Thai carrier operating wide body Boeing 767s. Based out of Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Jet Asia Airways specialises in Block Charter, Full Charter, Ad-Hoc and Wet Lease (ACMI) Operations.

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I posted a comment highlighting the details, and above all, the very old age (27.9 years average) of the 3 airplanes this airline uses.

Any particular reason why such details cannot be made public here ?

Unless of course this is an infomercial.

Posted by Andrew on December 7, 2012 09:53

Editor Comment:

This is your first and only comment on this article. As usual, you resort to insults and invective without reason. We await your grovelling apology.

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If my first comment never came through, then I do apologize.

It's probably a technical glitch. Many times after posting a message the following page has some cryptic code on top.

It does not seem to affect the delivery of the messages but perhaps occasionally it does.

I have several computers and they all behave the same way. I use Win 7 64bit and IE9. I block all cookies, especially the whois.amung.us.

Could it be that there's an occasional technical glitch with your webpage ? If so, I await your grovelling apology too.

Posted by Andrew on December 7, 2012 10:15

Editor Comment:

All received messages are - unfortunately - copied to my gmail account. There is no technical glitch. Even those that are said to report a problem usually come through. We can hardly apologise for not posting a message you never sent.

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Why would I lie about having sent a message ?

I merely posted details of their 3 B767 planes of which the oldest is just the 10th ever built. I thought that would provide interesting details.

Everyone can look it up here http://www.planespotters.net/Airline/Jet-Asia-Airways

Things can happen and no system is perfect. Neither mine nor yours.

I'm sorry if I jumped into conclusions.

Next time I will politely ask if my message was received or not if it's not published and I assume it would not breach your policy what can or cannot be published.

Posted by Andrew on December 7, 2012 11:22

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Andrew, don't waste your time attempting to have an open, worthwhile debate with this so-called "Editor" as the obligatory and predictive condescending, arrogant response will be your reward unfortunately the editor appears to think controversy and insults gain readers perhaps? For me it's pathetic and a turn off!

Posted by Anonymous on December 7, 2012 23:22

Editor Comment:

Andrew doesn't seem to share your concerns, brave anonymous person.


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