Nok Air

Nok Air (Thai: นกแอร์, derived from nok (นก), the Thai word for (small) bird, sparrow) is a low-cost airline headquartered on the 17th floor of the Rajanakarn Building (รัจนาการ) in Sathorn, Bangkok, Thailand, operating domestic and international services out of Bangkok Don Mueang Airport. Nok Air is the budget airline of Thai Airways International. Nok Air is currently an official sponsor of TTM Chiang Mai, Hat Yai FC and Chiangmai FC.

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Nok Air - Shareholders
... Thai Airways International Public Company Limited 49% Nok Air Management Hong Kong Limited 25% CPB Equity Company Limited 6% The Siam Commercial Bank Public Company Limited 5% King Power International ...
Ubon Ratchathani Airport - History
... During the Vietnam War the facility was known as Ubon Royal Thai Air Force Base, serving as a front-line base of the United States Air Force ... the hour to Bangkok 3 were operated by Thai Airways, 2 by Air Asia and 1 by Nok Air ... Nok Air ceased their service in mid 2008, and Thai Airways and Air Asia each ceased one of their own flights, so that in January 2009 there are only 2 Thai Airways (early morning and evening) and 1 Air Asia flight (midmo ...
Suvarnabhumi Airport - History - Capacity and Safety Issues - Plans To Re-open Don Mueang For Domestic Flights
... Nok Air and PBair were undecided, but Nok Air later relocated all their flights to Don Muang, where they operate today ... As of January 2010, only Nok Air and One-Two-Go operate domestic flights from Don Muang Airport ... As of 01 October 2012 Air Asia has moved all of its Bangkok operations to Don Muang International Airport (DMK) from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) ...

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