On December 6, 2022, at 6:00 p.m., the Deputy Governor of Krabi Province, Mr. Somchai Harn Phakdi Patima, will meet with the Ground Security Specialist, Mr. Narong Aroonphakmongkol; the Acting Director of Krabi Airport, Mr. Aman Madadam; and the Director of the Krabi Office of the Tourism Authority of Thailand, Mr. Sasithorn Kittithornkul. To welcome TUI flight BLX 375 from Copenhagen-Krabi, the first A charter flight from the Nordic Market to Krabi Province, Ms. Wichupan Phukaoluan Srisanya, Chairman of the Krabi Tourism Business Association, Ms. Natthee Adisaralak, Chairman of the Krabi Hotel Association, Mr. Natthee Adisaralak, Chairman of the Krabi Chamber of Commerce, and the entire team were on hand.
Europeans continue to flock to Krabi, according to Mr. Aman Madadam, director of the TAT’s Krabi office. In particular, the Scandinavian market. Before the COVID-19 crisis, there were Danish tourists in 2019. Overall, 57,214 visitors, the vast majority of whom were on leisure vacation groups, brought in around 332.78 million baht for Krabi province. Beautiful sandy beaches are only part of what this area has to offer, however, as eco-tourism opportunities abound as well. This conforms closely to what one would expect from the habits of European vacationers. Planned TUI flights, in addition to scheduled Gothenburg (December 2022–April 2023) and Tigerair Scoot services. Charter flights departing from Helsinki, Oslo, and Stockholm-Arlanda four times a week throughout the winter. Each day, there is one flight from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore-Krabi on AirAsia. Weekly trips Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, there are two available flights. As an additional note, Poland also has its own national airline: LOT Polish Airlines. From Warsaw, direct flights to Krabi will be available from two European locations. Both of the charter flights, one from Poland on December 21, 2022, and the other from Prague, Czech Republic, on January 7, 2023, will leave from an airport outside of that country. Additionally, the Middle East is a departure point for flydubai flights. On January 20, 2023, on Saturdays only, the Dubai to Krabi route will begin service. There are daily roundtrips of two flights.
Mr. Aman further mentioned that the province of Krabi is open and ready for visitors. The infrastructure for tourists, including places to stay and eat, seems to be sufficient, regardless of whether or not the site itself is stunning. and many different kinds of vacation pursuits Krabi’s welcoming locals, government, and business community have all played a role in bringing people together on the road. They believe that Krabi Province’s tourism industry would eventually bounce back thanks to a number of factors.