Bangkok Airways’ Bangkok-Ho Chi Minh City route will be discontinued on October 25, The Nation has reported.
The airline will also suspend flights to Xian, China on the same day.
The carrier’s flights from Bangkok to Hiroshima, Japan and Guilin, China, will also be discontinued on October 27 and November 10 respectively, the Thai newspaper said.
The airline gave no reason for the changes in its statement announcing the stoppages, according to the newspaper.
Passengers who have already bought tickets to fly on the Bangkok-HCMC route after October 24 will be placed on Thai International Airways flights, Tuoi Tre newspaper said.