Thai Airways International: Nok Air, Thai Airways International Destinations, Thai Airways Company, Thai Airways International Flight 311

Thai Airways International: Nok Air, Thai Airways International Destinations, Thai Airways Company, Thai Airways International Flight 311

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Chapters: Nok Air, Thai Airways International Destinations, Thai Airways Company, Thai Airways International Flight 311, Thai Airways International Flight 261, Thai Airways Flight 365, Thai Airways International Flight 114. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 47. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: item Founded: 2004 item Hubs : Don Mueang International Airport item Fleet size: 8 item Destinations: 13 item Parent company : Nok Airlines Co., Ltd. item Headquarters: Sathorn , Bangkok , Thailand item Key people: Mr. Patee Sarasin (CEO ) item Website: Nok Air (Thai : ) is a low-cost airline with its head office in the Rajanakarn Building in Sathorn , Bangkok , Thailand . It operates domestic and international services with its main base in Don Mueang International Airport , Bangkok . History Nok Air Boeing 737-400 .Nok Air Boeing 737-400 .The airline was established in December 2003 and started operations on 23 July 2004. It is owned by Thai Airways International (39 %), Dhipaya Insurance (10 %), Government Pension Fund (10 %), Krung Thai bank (10 %), Crown Property Bureau (6 %), ING Funds (5 %), King Power (5 %), Patee Sarasin (5 %), Siam Commercial Bank Securities (5 %) and Supapong Asvinvichit (5 %). It has 130 employees (as of March 2007). The word nok ( ) means 'bird' in Thai .Nok Air began its first international service to Bangalore , India , on May 31, 2007, on a daily basis. Nok Air has also acquired landing rights to additional Indian cities - Chennai , Hyderabad and New Delhi . Nok Air suspended its operations to Bangalore in November 2007 - the second low-cost carrier to suspend operations after Jetstar Asia Airways . According to Rajiv Bhatia, General Manager (India) of Nok Air, the withdrawal of services was due to non-availability of aircraft, and to allow service to other lucrative routes in South East Asia li...