Asian Air (Bangkok) is a new airline charter airline which commenced operations in March. The company is now operating Boeing 767-200s between Bangkok’s Don Muang Airport (DMK) and Tokyo (Narita) (NRT). The flights started on March 15. The airline is expected to add flights soon to Sapporo (New Chitose) and Osaka (Kansai) with a second Boeing 767.
In addition, charter flights to Thailand’s neighboring countries will also be operated according to the company.
Top Copyright Photo: Akira Uekawa/AirlinersGallery.com (all others by Asian Air). Boeing 767-2J6 ER HS-DCM (msn 23307) was painted in Miami and was formally delivered to the company on January 8, 2014. HS-DCM is pictured lining up on runway 16R at Tokyo (Narita) as flight DM 465 bound for DMK.
Asian Air has announced a partnership with “Mirai Suenaga”, the famous cartoon series on Japanese TV. A Boeing 767 in June will have these cartoon images of Mirai Suenaga applied to the fuselage.
Scanderbeg Air uses Liege, Belgium as a refueling stop. N712AX prepares to land at LGG. Copyright Photo: Rainer Bexten.
Scanderbeg Air (New York-JFK) is a new tour operator that has contracted with Sky King Airlines (Sacramento) to operate an ex-Air China/ABX Air Boeing 767-2J6 ER registered N712AX (msn 23307, ex B-2551) on weekly scheduled charter flights between New York (JFK) and Tirana. N712AX was delivered to Sky King on June 2. N712AX is Sky King’s first wide-body airliner. The first flight for Scanderbeg started on June 12. The company also operates twice-weekly scheduled charter flights on the JFK-Prishtina route with the same aircraft starting on June 14. The airliner carries “Scanderbeg” titles and still wears a basic Air China livery with a red logo.