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British Airways Resumes Service to Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur

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British Airways has announced the reintroduction of two important capital city routes, marking a bold foray back into the Asian market. To the pleasure of tourists and aviation enthusiasts alike, BA is ready to restore flights to Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur after a protracted hiatus due to the epidemic.

BA has made a strategic choice to expand its network significantly in the Far East by starting flights again to Bangkok in October and Kuala Lumpur in November. Once mainstays on the ba airlines route chart, many wondered where these destinations would end up in the post-Covid network.

Beginning on November 10th, British Airways will fly to Kuala Lumpur every day from its primary hub at London Heathrow Airport. The airline will give passengers a variety of options, from First Class to World Traveller, aboard an aircraft configured with four cabins. This action demonstrates ba amex dedication to providing its entire range of services to these important Asian markets.

Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) from London Heathrow (LHR)All times are local
RouteFlight numberDepartingArrivingDateDays in OperationAircraft
LHR – KULBA3320:4517:30+110/11/241,2,3,4,5,6,7787-9
KUL – LHRBA3423:2005:35+111/11/241,2,3,4,5,6,7787-9

Return flights from London Heathrow (LHR) to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) per person start at:

  • First £4,000
  • Club World £3,200
  • World Traveller Plus £1,338
  • World Traveller £620

Beginning on October 28th, british airways will start operating three weekly flights from London Gatwick to Bangkok. A three-cabin aircraft operating this seasonal route will offer alternatives for customers travelling as Club, World Traveller Plus, avios credit cards and World Traveller. The London Gatwick to Bangkok flight schedule is designed to accommodate the needs of passengers.

Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) from London Gatwick (LGW) All times are localThis is a winter only route
RouteFlight numberDepartingArrivingDateDays in OperationAircraft
LGW – BKKBA223121:0015:55+128/10/20241,4 and 6777-200ER
BKK – LGWBA223022:5505:30+129/10/20242,5 and 7777-200ER

british airways booking Return fares from London Gatwick (LGW) to Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) per person start at:

  • Club World: £3,257
  • World Traveller Plus: £1,297
  • World Traveller: £699


Nepal Plane Crash: 18 Dead as Aircraft Crashes During Takeoff pilot survives

Nepal Plane Crash: 18 Dead as Aircraft Crashes During Takeoff pilot survives

On July 24, 2024, a tragic accident unfolded at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu when a Saurya Airlines aircraft crashed during takeoff.

The incident occurred around 11:00 AM local time as the flight, bound for Pokhara, was preparing for departure. The aircraft, carrying 19 individuals including the aircrew, crashed shortly after lifting off the runway. According to PTI, “at least 18 people were killed” in the accident.

The casualties included 18 Nepalis and one Yemeni citizen, all of whom were employees of Saurya Airlines, as confirmed by police. The aircraft was en route for technical maintenance at the time of the crash.

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Images released by Nepal police showed thick smoke pouring from the burning wreckage on the runway. Eyewitnesses, as reported by The Kathmandu Post, described how the plane flipped after its wing-tip struck the ground during takeoff.


The impact led to an immediate fire, and the aircraft subsequently plunged into a gorge on the eastern side of the runway. Rescue operations commenced swiftly, with police and firefighters arriving at the scene to control the situation.

The aviation authority confirmed that rescue efforts were initiated immediately, but the crash underscores the persistent dangers associated with air travel in Nepal. The country’s challenging mountainous terrain often contributes to aviation risks.

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The pilot of the aircraft survived the crash and was transported to Kathmandu Medical College Hospital for treatment, as reported by a doctor at the hospital who was not authorized to speak to the media.


In response to the incident, Tribhuvan International Airport, the primary hub for both international and domestic flights in Nepal, was closed as emergency crews worked at the site.

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