U-Tapao Bus Services launched.
New Public Bus Services at U-Tapao Airport.
Thailand's Department of Land Transport (DLT) launched three public bus services connetcting U-Tapao Rayong Pattaya International Airport with neighbouring Provinces of Chon Buri, Chanthaburi and Trat.
Route 398 will take passengers from U-Tapao to Trat, passing through Chanthaburi. The 220km route will take around three hours and 15 minutes to complete and will cost between 27 and 130 Baht.
Route 399 is serving the Rayong Bus Terminal 2. A trip will take up to 30 minutes and will cost between 11 and 24 Baht.
Route 400 connects the airport with Chon Buri, with stops at Sattahip, Pattayaand Sri Racha. The full 100 km trip will take about one and a half hours. A ticket will cost between 14 and 64 Baht.
Each of the air-conditioned buses can carry 19 passengers per trip and is equipped with GPS-tracking and automatic braking systems. The new routes are operated by private transport firms. The bus schedules will be configured according to schedules of the daily flights.
According to the Department of Land Transport (DLT) the Route 400 Bus will stop in 'Central Pattaya'.