The newly revamped Sihanouk International Airport in southern Cambodia has seen its first international flight, a Skywings Asia Airbus A320-200 flying out of Incheon in South Korea. The airport is aiming to tap into the expanding regional market for hard-to-access beachside tourist destinations along the northeast of the Gulf of Thailand. However, despite a capacity of some 700,000 passengers per year, it has only been seeing around 1,000 round-trip tourists per week arriving on ATR 72s run ...

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