Saturday, 14 April 2012

Flights Have Resumed after Tsunami Scare

Phuket International Airport
The good news is that all airlines in South-east Asia have resumed their operations after the tsunami alert was lifted. People have resumed enjoying their holidays in S.E. Asia once again.

The Phuket International Airport was shut down just hours after our daughter few in  amid fears of a tsunami after two strong earthquakes rattled Indonesia's Aceh region on April 11. The Airport reopened several hours after the Alert. AirAsia and Bangkok Airways have resumed flights to and from the popular resort destination. Bangkok Airways operated 26 flights to clear all stranded passengers before the day ended

Malaysia Airlines also has normalised its twice-daily flight operations to Phuket, while services to Colombo, Chennai and Male, where tremors were felt, are back on schedule.

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