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Posted: 10 Jan 2014 | 6:00 am
Greater Phuket's neighbor Krabi will see direct international airlift grow with MAS announcing flights from Kuala Lumpur starting February 3rd.
Four weekly flights will operate on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The airline is expecting to not only attract short haul passengers but also link up long haul travelers to the destination.
MAS (Malaysia Airlines) currently operate 21 weekly flights to Phuket.
Aside from Krabi, nearby Koh Lanta will be a beneficiary of the airlift that will also be aided by the completion of a bridge which is currently under construction.
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