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Cruising the sky of Andaman

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Cruising the sky of Andaman

An extraordinary way to reach Phi Phi Islands

A sky link from Thailand’s favourite tourists hub of Phuket to islands of the Andaman sea with such extraordinary means of transportation that boasts the bird’s eye’s view of the emerald seascape all through the entire journey with Destination Air Shuttle!

With the Cessna Caravan Amphibian 208b, a seaplane that travels both on land and on water, Destination Air Shuttle offers ultimate freedom of travel, with such simplicity that requires no airport, hence no complications. Destination Air Shuttle also allows you to witness the world’s top sea destinations, particularly the peerless beauty of the sea route from Phuket/ Patong to Phi Phi islands. The aerial view will unveil the curvy and concaved shores and the clear water of Phuket before revealing the exquisite landscape and seascape of the Phi Phi islands such as the concaved shores of Ao Ton Sai-Lo Dalum on Phi Phi Don island and, on a lucky day, the sublime Ao Maya that is hidden by the array of mountains on Phi Phi Le. The memorable jour¬ney culminates in the landing on the emerald seawater will signal the beginning of your magical time on the heavenly islands of Phi Phi.

Destination Air Shuttle offers route from Phuket International Airport and Patong beach to the islands in the Andaman sea, namely the Phi Phi islands and Racha island, with a plan to expand the route to the Similan archipelago and Krabi. The sea¬plane for all routes is the 10-seat capacity Cessna 208b Amphibian, which is currently one of the most popular aircrafts for both land and water landings.

Air fare for Phi Phi-Patong route is 2,999 bht. (this is subject to change)

For more information contact Destination Air Shuttle, Tel. 076-386 637-9 or www.destination.com

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