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Airlines Servicing Cambodia

Phnom Penh International Airport

Location: The airport is situated six miles (10km) west of Phnom Penh.
Contacts: Tel: +855 (0)23 890 890.
Transfer to the city: There are regular bus services as well as taxis and motor-cycle taxis that take visitors to the city centre.
Facilities: Airport facilities include foreign exchange, cafes and a food court, shops, duty free, and a post office.
Departure tax: US$25 (international flights), US$13 (domestic).

 

Siem Reap International Airport

Location: About 8 km North of Siem Reap.
Transfer to the city: Taxi services at USD5 to city available at airport taxi stands. Passengers are advised to take reliable & approved transportation for their safety.
Facilities: Airport facilities include foreign exchange, cafes and a food court, shops, duty free, and a post office.
Departure tax:

International passengers (Foreigner) USD 25
Children (Under 12 years old) USD 13
Children ( Under 2 years old ) Free
International passengers (Cambodian) USD 18
Children (Under 12 years old) USD 10
Children ( Under 2 years old ) Free
Domestic passengers (Foreigner) USD 6
Domestic passengers (Cambodian) USD 5

 

Angkor Airways

Angkor Airways Corp

Established in 2004, Angkor Airways Corporation has been attracting many talents all over the world. Angkor Airways is highly conscientious and careful about the flight safety, customers’ satisfactions and aims to be the preferred flight service provider in Asia. At present, Angkor Airways’ flight routes include ‘Phnom Penh- Siem Reap(Angkor Wat)’, ‘Siem Reap-Chengdu’, ‘Siem Reap – Kunming’, ‘Siem Reap-Taipei(Kaohsiung)’, ‘Phnom Penh-Kunming’, ‘Phnom Penh-Kaohsiung’, ‘Phnom Penh-Bangkok’ and ‘Japan-Siem Reap’.

 

AirAsia

AirAsia

AirAsia is a low-cost airline based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It operates scheduled domestic and international flights and is Asia’s leading low fare, no frills airline. It is also the first airline in the region to implement fully ticketless travel and unassigned seats. AirAsia has been expanding rapidly and is very popular among the travelling public thanks to its frequent low fare deals. Its main base is the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL).

 

Asiana Airlines

Asiana

Asiana Airlines (아시아나 항공 Asiana Hanggong KOSDAQ: 020560) (Formerly Seoul Airlines) is an airline based in Seoul, South Korea and is one of South Korea’s two major airlines, along with Korean Air.

Asiana is a member of the Star Alliance and operates services to 12 domestic destinations and 73 international destinations in 17 countries worldwide.

Asiana’s headquarters and overseas hub is located at Incheon International Airport (near Seoul) and its domestic hub is at Gimpo International Airport.

 

Bangkok Airways

Bangkok Airways

Bangkok Airways is a regional airline based in Bangkok, Thailand. It operates scheduled services to 20 destinations in Thailand, Cambodia, China, Japan, Laos, Maldives, Myanmar, Singapore and Vietnam. Its main base is Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok.

 

China Eastern Airlines

China Eastern Airlines

China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited (中国东方航空股份有?公?? (SSE: 600115 SEHK: 0670 NYSE: CEA) is an airline based in Shanghai, China. It is a major Chinese airline operating international, domestic and regional routes. Its main base is Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, with a hub at Shanghai Pudong International Airport.

It currently does not belong to an alliance, but may be courted by Oneworld. China Eastern Airlines is also accredited by IATA with the IOSA (IATA Operations Safety Audit) for its safety practices.

 

China Southern Airlines

China Southern Airlines

China Southern Airlines (中国?方航空公?? (SEHK: 1055, NYSE: ZNH) is an airline based in Guangzhou in the Guangdong province of the People’s Republic of China. Operating domestic, regional and international services, it is Asia’s largest airline in terms of fleet size and the largest in China in terms of passengers carried.
Its main operation hubs are Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport and Beijing Capital International Airport, with other focus cities at Shenyang Taoxian International Airport, Urumqi Diwopu International Airport, Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport, Wuhan Tianhe International Airport, Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport and Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport.[citation needed]
China Southern Airlines is also accredited by IATA with the IOSA (IATA Operations Safety Audit) for its safety practices.

 

Dragonair

Dragonair

Dragonair (Hong Kong Dragon Airlines Limited) (港?航空有?公?? is an airline based in Hong Kong. It is a subsidiary of Hong-Kong’s largest airline Cathay Pacific, and is itself the second-largest airline in Hong Kong. It operates a passenger network covering destinations across the Asia-Pacific region, including China and also operates a cargo network to Europe, the Middle East, Japan and China. Its main base is Hong Kong International Airport.

 

EVA Airways

EVA Airways

EVA Air (長榮航空) is a Taiwanese airline based at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport near Taipei, Taiwan, operating passenger and dedicated cargo services to international destinations in Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and North America. An affiliate of shipping conglomerate Evergreen Group, EVA Air is the largest privately owned Taiwanese airline. Its headquarters are located in Taoyuan, Taiwan.
Since its founding in 1989, EVA Air has expanded to include air cargo, airline catering, ground handling, aviation engineering, and tour package services. Its cargo arm, EVA Air Cargo, links with the Evergreen worldwide shipping network on sea and land. Its domestic and regional subsidiary, UNI Airways, operates an extensive intra-Taiwanese shorthaul network. Its main international rival is China Airlines.
EVA Air is recognized as a pioneer of the premium economy class, which it debuted in 1991. EVA was also the first Taiwanese airline to be accredited by the IATA with the IOSA (IATA Operations Safety Audit) for its safety practices. The official pronunciation of the airline’s name is E-V-A Air(ways). The airline’s slogan is “Just relax, your home in the air.”

 

Jetstar

Jetstar

Jetstar Airways is a low-cost airline based in Melbourne, Australia. It is a subsidiary of Qantas, created in response to the threat posed by low-cost airline Virgin Blue. It operates an extensive domestic network and regional and international services. Its main base is Melbourne Airport.

 

Lao Airways

Laos Airways

Lao Airlines is an airline based in Vientiane, Laos. It is the national airline of Laos, operating domestic services to ten destinations and international services to Cambodia, China, Thailand and Vietnam. Its main base is Wattay International Airport, Vientiane.

 

Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia Airlines (Abbreviated: MAS,马航 ; Malay: Penerbangan Malaysia; Chinese: 马?西亚航空公?? Hanyu Pinyin: Málaixiya Hángkong Gongsi)is the national airline of Malaysia, operating scheduled services to over 100 destinations worldwide. It also operates an extensive domestic network and charter services. Its main base is Kuala Lumpur International Airport, with hubs at Kota Kinabalu International Airport, Penang International Airport and Kuching International Airport.

It is one of only five airlines in the world to have been awarded a 5-star rating by Skytrax besides Asiana Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Qatar Airways and Singapore Airlines.

 

Royal Khmer Airlines

Royal Khmer Airlines

Royal Khmer Airlines is an airline based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It operates scheduled passenger services from Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. The airline’s website states that flights recommenced on November 11, 2006.

 

Shanghai Airlines

Shanghai Air

Shanghai Airlines (上海航空公?? is an airline based in Shanghai, People’s Republic of China. It operates domestic and international services. Its main bases are Shanghai Pudong International Airport and Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport.

 

Silk Air

Silk Air

SilkAir is an airline based in Singapore. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines and operates scheduled passenger services from Singapore to 25 cities in Southeast Asia, South Asia and China. As the regional wing of Singapore Airlines, it serves 25 out of 49 short haul destinations in the Singapore Airlines group network, and flew 1.56 million passengers in 2006. It made a profit of S$30 million, as turnover rose 20.4% to $415 million.

 

Siem Reap Airways

Siem Reap Airways

Siem Reap Airways (International) is an airline based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It operates domestic and international services. Its main base is Phnom Penh International Airport, with hubs at Bangkok International Airport and Angkor International Airport, Siem Reap.

 

Thai Airways

Thai Airways

Thai Airways (Thai: เดินอา?าศไท? was the national domestic air carrier of Thailand. Its main base was Domestic Terminal at Don Mueang International Airport: DMK (formerly: Bangkok International Airport: BKK). In 1988, Thai Airways merged to become Thai Airways International.

 

Vietnam Airlines

Vietnam Airlines

Vietnam Airlines is the national flag carrier of Vietnam, and was established as a state enterprise in April 1989.

Vietnam Airlines Corporation was subsequently formed in 1995, after bringing together several service companies. The company is overseen by a seven-seat management board, members of which are appointed by the Prime Minister. Vietnam Airlines used to be the major stakeholder in Vietnam’s second carrier, Pacific Airlines, but its share has recently been transferred to the Ministry of Finance.

In the coming years and because tourism to Vietnam is increasing at a rate of approximately 13.7% per annum Vietnam Airlines is hoping to expand its services further to the United Kingdom and United States of America.