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  • An airline ticket is a document, created by an airline or a travel agency, to confirm that an individual has purchased a seat on a flight on an aircraft. This document is then used to obtain a boarding pass, at the airport.
    bangkok
  • the capital and largest city and chief port of Thailand; a leading city in southeastern Asia; noted for Buddhist architecture
  • Thin, smooth fiber used in open-weave straw hats.
  • The capital and chief port of Thailand, on the Chao Phraya waterway, 25 miles (40 km) upstream from its outlet into the Gulf of Thailand; pop. 5,876,000
  • Bangkok is the capital, largest urban area and primary city of Thailand. Known in Thai as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon (?????????????, pronounced ), or ???????? Krung Thep (, meaning "city of angels" for short, it was a small trading post at the mouth of the Chao Phraya River during the Ayutthaya
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Lonely Planet Bangkok (City Travel Guide)
Lonely Planet Bangkok (City Travel Guide)
Lonely Planet Bangkok

Watch the sun set whilst sipping a cocktail at one of Bangkok’s rooftop bars, and gear up for a magic night out in Asia’s capital of cool
Explore the labyrinthine bustle of Southeast Asia’s biggest open-air market as you bargain for everything from silk to spices at Chatuchak Weekend Market
Slurp up a storm over a fragrant bowl of world-class noodles at one of the city’s many streetside stalls
Follow the drumbeat to a temple or shrine and delight in traditional la•kon gaa bon (shrine dancing)

In This Guide:

Two Bangkok insiders, 720 hours of in-depth research on the ground, 29 detailed maps, 75 bowls of go o•ay de e•o (noodles) eaten
Luscious color section covering the best of Thai cuisine
Unrivalled coverage of Bangkok’s diverse and vibrant nightlife
Visit the website lonelyplanet.com/bangkok for up-to-the-minute reviews, updates and traveler insights

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Niki Lauda at Stansted Airport DSC 0049
Niki Lauda at Stansted Airport DSC 0049
PARIS AIR SHOW: Face the facts with Niki Lauda By Andrew Doyle Niki Lauda's second airline Niki recently received its first Embraer 190, to be operated alongside its 11-strong fleet of A320-family aircraft. The former Formula 1 motor racing world champion tells Flight Daily News how he is bucking the trend and growing traffic during the downturn. You are a fully qualified airline pilot. Do you plan to seek a type-rating to fly the Embraer 190? The problem is the new rules that came in two years ago, which are that you can only fly two types commercially. I have all the Airbuses, A319 up to A330, which is one type, and I have a Bombardier Challenger type rating. If I do the 190 I have to give up one of the others, which hurts! Why not switch your Challenger for a Lineage 1000, which is based on the E-190? It's a $42 million aircraft, which is way too much! A Challenger is $16 million How is Niki coping with the economic downturn? Very well. We started five years ago, and the first move was to get together with Air Berlin. Since the first year we have always flown in profit, which normally never happens if you start on your own. Last year was our best year when we made €7.1 million ($10 million) profit after tax, double the profit of the year before. Why? Because we are low cost, 30-40% cheaper than the Lufthansas, but we have sandwiches, we have the service on board. Now, with the crisis, companies look at the cost of a ticket to Zurich, Frankfurt and Munich, and they say: 'There's this other guy flying 30% cheaper and the passengers don't complain because they get more than on the others. " We are benefiting at the moment from the people moving away from expensive tickets to fly with us, and the biggest help is Austrian Airlines because they are struggling and all they have is negative press. We are in a lucky situation in that our home carrier is weak and our product is right for this time of crisis. How does your relationship with 24%-shareholder Air Berlin contribute to Niki's success? I am fully responsible for my financial situation. We are fully responsible alone for where we fly, how many times etc for the Austrian market. Air Berlin is nothing to do with it. If we go to, say, Stockholm as a new destination, then we combine Air Berlin and Niki's marketing money in Sweden. If we go to Moscow we do the same. We use all the benefits from Air Berlin's 130 aircraft fleet and infractructure, sales, internet and all that. There's never been anybody [before] who thinks low-cost airlines can get together. How does running an airline compare with a career as a racing driver? Running an airline is the most difficult job in the world. Racing was more dangerous for my life. To have a real challenge when I stopped racing, which was a difficult life in another way, I founded an airline. Driving is easy if you do it right like [Jenson] Button. You win easily because you have the best car and make a lot of money. In aviation you never make a lot of money. How did you end up losing control of your first airline, Lauda Air? Lufthansa was my shareholder and they asked me to let Austrian Airlines join Lauda as a shareholder. That was my biggest mistake, because I underestimated the cultural differences between people working in Austrian Airlines, Lauda Air and Tyrolean. This I would never do again as it did not work out. We thought we could speed up Austrian Airlines with our direct approach, but the Austrian Airlines avalanche killed Tyrolean and Lauda Air. For three years I was not allowed to do anything, but when I started again I started with Air Berlin and I made sure that Air Berlin has the same culture as us. What lessons did you learn from the Lauda Air experience? When I start a new airline I need to reach critical mass quickly. If I would have started alone with two Airbuses and then tried to grow on my own it would have been impossible in today's times. My logic was that I had to find somebody - Air Berlin - to whom I could give a 24% stake for free, to hook up to an existing airline which at that time had 110 aircraft. This was the only way to do it, it was the right move. I had another rule when I started Niki: no bank loan. We have to finance the aircraft and I'm proud that out of our 12 aircraft one is with Air Berlin on wet-lease for the summer, and all the others are financed through banks for 12 years, written down to zero. So we own them all. Every expansion we did was done only using the cashflow from incoming tickets. When we have the money in our account we start the next route. What does Air Berlin get in return? No more [low-cost] competition from Austria to Germany, which is their strongest market. They fly nine times a day from Germany to Austria. How will you offset the costs associated with introducing a second type into your fleet? When you start a new route with an A319 or A320 you have to invest €1.5 million into the market for one
Bangkok 111 m
Bangkok 111 m
Bangkok is the second stop of my South East Asia trip. Flight and hotel in Bangkok are relatively cheap here so I added a one-day stop in my itinerary. I found a one-way SriLankan Airlines ticket cost only $160. 2-nights hotel at this Centre Point Silom service apt (as you see in the pic) is only $114. I really like this hotel and definitely recommend to anyone visiting Bangkok!

airline tickets to bangkok
airline tickets to bangkok
Travel Bangkok, Thailand 2011 - Illustrated Guide, Phrasebook and Maps. (Mobi Travel)
This guide is designed for optimal navigation on eReaders, smartphones, and other mobile electronic devices. It is indexed alphabetically and by category, making it easier to access individual articles. Articles feature information about attractions, landmarks, districts, transportation, cultural venues, dining, history and much more. Addresses, telephones, hours of operation and admissions information are included. The guide is complimented by clearly marked maps that are linked to city attractions. An interlinked phrasebook as well as a pronunciation guide are included.

This travel guide also features an itinerary with our suggestions for your travel route. Itineraries include links to individual attraction articles.

NEW FEATURE: The attraction articles now include links to Google Maps. On a dedicated electronic reader with a slow connection and a primitive browser, Google Maps will display the attraction on the map along with metro stations, roads, and nearby attractions. On an internet-enabled device such as the iPhone and the iPad, Google Maps will even show you the route from your current location to the attraction you want to go to.

With this travel guide you can turn some eReaders into audio guides. For example, on the Kindle, just open an article and click Shift+SYM to activate text-to-speech. Put the speaker on the back of the Kindle against your ear and enjoy your virtual travel companion. Press Spacebar to pause/resume text-to-speech.

All travel guides in the Mobi Travel series are only $4.99 or less. Search for any title: enter mobi (short for MobileReference) and a keyword; for example: mobi Paris.

Table of Contents

Essentials: Phrasebook | Eat | Drink | Sleep | Respect | Cope | Contact | Stay Safe | Units Conversion

1. General: Name | Climate | Economy & Demographics | Administration | History | Orientation

2. Maps: Thailand | Bangkok | Sytrain | Railway | Transport | Mass Transit Routes | Ayutthaya | Chao Phraya River

3. Transport: Get in | Get around | Airports | Metro | Boats | Skytrain | Railway

4. Attractions: Top 10 | Itinerary | Do | Buy | Markets

5. Culture: Museums | Cultural venues | Emerald Buddha | Sport

6. Landmarks: Palaces & Wats | Buildings & Structures | Places of Worship | Parks & Gardens

7. By Area: Geography | Districts | Streets & Squares | Get out | Itinerary: Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh City

8. Thailand: Do | History | Culture | Parks | Islands
8.1 Other Destinations: Chiang Mai | Ayutthaya | Pattaya | Chiang Rai | Hat Yai | Kanchanaburi | Sukhothai

This guide is designed for optimal navigation on eReaders, smartphones, and other mobile electronic devices. It is indexed alphabetically and by category, making it easier to access individual articles. Articles feature information about attractions, landmarks, districts, transportation, cultural venues, dining, history and much more. Addresses, telephones, hours of operation and admissions information are included. The guide is complimented by clearly marked maps that are linked to city attractions. An interlinked phrasebook as well as a pronunciation guide are included.

This travel guide also features an itinerary with our suggestions for your travel route. Itineraries include links to individual attraction articles.

NEW FEATURE: The attraction articles now include links to Google Maps. On a dedicated electronic reader with a slow connection and a primitive browser, Google Maps will display the attraction on the map along with metro stations, roads, and nearby attractions. On an internet-enabled device such as the iPhone and the iPad, Google Maps will even show you the route from your current location to the attraction you want to go to.

With this travel guide you can turn some eReaders into audio guides. For example, on the Kindle, just open an article and click Shift+SYM to activate text-to-speech. Put the speaker on the back of the Kindle against your ear and enjoy your virtual travel companion. Press Spacebar to pause/resume text-to-speech.

All travel guides in the Mobi Travel series are only $4.99 or less. Search for any title: enter mobi (short for MobileReference) and a keyword; for example: mobi Paris.

Table of Contents

Essentials: Phrasebook | Eat | Drink | Sleep | Respect | Cope | Contact | Stay Safe | Units Conversion

1. General: Name | Climate | Economy & Demographics | Administration | History | Orientation

2. Maps: Thailand | Bangkok | Sytrain | Railway | Transport | Mass Transit Routes | Ayutthaya | Chao Phraya River

3. Transport: Get in | Get around | Airports | Metro | Boats | Skytrain | Railway

4. Attractions: Top 10 | Itinerary | Do | Buy | Markets

5. Culture: Museums | Cultural venues | Emerald Buddha | Sport

6. Landmarks: Palaces & Wats | Buildings & Structures | Places of Worship | Parks & Gardens

7. By Area: Geography | Districts | Streets & Squares | Get out | Itinerary: Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh City

8. Thailand: Do | History | Culture | Parks | Islands
8.1 Other Destinations: Chiang Mai | Ayutthaya | Pattaya | Chiang Rai | Hat Yai | Kanchanaburi | Sukhothai

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