BANGKOK Airways Plc this morning (Feb. 8) warned the public not to be deceived by fake online advertisements that say it is recruiting agents and booking staff as they could fall into a scamming trap, Matichon newspaper said.
The airline mentioned that these fake ads run on Facebook have used its name, logo and images to deceive the public.
Bangkok Airways confirmed that it is not involved with these ads and the people running them and does not have a policy to recruit agents or air ticket booking staff through online channels nor charges a recruiting fee.
The public was warned not to be fooled by these ads and beware of disclosing personal information to the scammers.
On Saturday Feb. 4 Bangkok Airways announced the temporary suspension of its flights on the Bangkok-Hat Yai (round trip) route from March 1, 2023 and Bangkok – Da Nang (Vietnam) (round trip) from May 1, 2023 onwards until further changes.
Passengers affected by the suspension of flights on these two routes could request a full refund, take a voucher to purchase air tickets on other routes, or ask for transfer to other airlines.
Bangkok Airways airplanes. Photos: Bangkok Airways Plc
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