Nok Air Unveils Regional Expansion
31 August 2017 | By Nokair
Bangkok, (31 August 2017) – Nok Air announces the launch of its service to new regional destinations in China, with inaugural flights launching in October onwards. These charter flights are a significant step forward for Nok Air expansion to focus more on regional destinations and grow its network as part of the plan to achieve to build profitability and stronger competitiveness. In addition, Nok Air will be suspending its service from Bangkok (Don Mueang) to Hanoi, effective October 29, 2017 and start new service three days per week from Mae Sot to Yangon, effective October 2017.
Nok Air, Thailand’s friendly and expanding low-cost carrier is scheduled to launch a new direct service from its base in Don Mueang International Airport to Zunyi and Changsha in October. In addition, a new direct service from its second base in U-Tapao Airport to Yinchuan, Baotou, Linyi, Yichang, Nanchang, and Haikao in October 2017.
“We are taking strong, consistent and steadfast steps to improve our network expansion and always aim to provide the best in services to our passengers. Adding new service to our growing China network will benefit both the tourism industry and economic development as we bring in more tourists to our country, and vice versa. We are looking forward to these regular charter flights being successful” said Mr. Patee Sarasin, Nok Air’s Chief Executive Officer.
Nok Air currently operates a fleet of Boeing 737-800, Q400, and ATR aircraft to 24 domestic airports and three regional destinations including Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, and Yangon.