Tag Archives: Don Mueang

NokScoot to commence operations on May 5

NokScoot (NokScoot Airlines Company Limited) (Bangkok-Don Mueang) has announced it will commence scheduled low fare operations with Boeing 777-200s starting on May 5. The first route will connect the Bangkok (Don Mueang) (DMK) base with Nanjing, China. The first route will be operated three days a week and is scheduled for four hours and 10 minutes.

The second route will be from DMK to Seoul (Incheon) starting five days later. This route will be operated each day.

NokScoot is the joint venture between Singaporean budget airline Scoot and Thai airline Nok Air.

Top Copyright Photo: Kok Chwee K.C. Sim/AirlinersGallery.com (all others by NokScoot). Ex-Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-212 ER HS-XBA (msn 28521) was delivered on November 23, 2014.

NokScoot FAs-1

NokScoot 777-200 seats

Scootitude

The First Route Map:

NokScoot logo (large)

NokScoot 3.2015 Route Map

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V Air commences operations

V Air (subsidiary of TransAsia Airways) (Taipei) on December 17 launched schedule low-fare operations. The first route was from Taipei (Taoyuan) (TPE) to Bangkok (Don Mueang) (DMK) using this 194-seat A321. The new airline will compete with Tigerair Taiwan. The second route to Chiang Mai, Thailand is scheduled to start in early January.

Top Copyright Photo: Manuel Negrerie/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A321-231 B-22608 (msn 6009) holds short of the runway at Taipei (Sung Shan).

Below Photo: V Air. The V Air crew waves goodbye to the inaugural flight.

V Air inaugural flight (V Air)(LR)

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Siam Air starts operations in Thailand

Siam Air logo

Siam Air (Siam Air Transport Company Limited) (Bangkok-Don Mueang) is a new Thai airline that started operations this month between Bangkok (Don Mueang) and Hong Kong with two Boeing 737-300s (HS-BRU and HS-BRV)

 

City Airways is grounded, stranding passengers

City Airways (Bangkok-Don Mueang) was grounded on Saturday, August 16, stranding passengers. The Thai airline, which was formed in 2011 started operations in October 2012 and specialized in flights from and to Chinese cities, was grounded by the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) for alleged safety violations.

Stranded passengers are being flown home by R Airways.

According to the South China Morning Post, co-owner Terence Mak Hung claimed the airline was safe and hilt back at the Thai authorities.

Read the full article: CLICK HERE

Company Profile (from their website):

City Airways Company, Ltd was established on February 24, 2011. The airline, incorporated with 200 million baht of capital, focused on the China market, is spreading its wings by adding three jetliners and launching its first scheduled domestic flights. City Airways, owned by a group of Thai, Chinese tour firms and Hong Kong airline owner, took delivery of three Boeing 737-400 single-aisle jets.

Top Copyright Photo: Jacques Guillem Collection/AirlinersGallery.com (all others by City Airways). Boeing 737-4Y0 HS-GTA (man 24688) rests at the Don Mueang Airport base between flights.

City Airways FAs (City Airways)(LR)

City Airways Ad:

City Airways Ad

City Airways (Thailand) logo

Route Map:

City Airways 8.2014 Route Map (LRW)

Thai Smile to move some routes to Don Mueang Airport

Thai Smile Airways (Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi Airport-BKK) has announced it will move some of its routes to Don Mueang Airport (DMK) to better compete against its low fare rivals. Effective August 8 it will operate from DMK to Chiang Mai, Kohn Kaen and Phuket.

The airline issued this statement:

Thai Smile Airways will add services to and from Don Mueang Airport in order to provide more passenger convenience for travel to domestic destinations, effective August 8, 2014.

Thai Smile Airways (airline code WE) will operate initially to three domestic destinations from Don Mueang Airport.

Thai Smile Airways is offering special promotional fares for one-way travel to Chiang Mai and Khon Kaen with prices starting at 990 Baht, for one-way travel to Phuket with fares starting at 1,090 Baht.

Copyright Photo: Richard Vandervord/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A320-232 HS-TXE (msn 5436) departs from Phuket, Thailand.

Thai Smile: AG Slide Show

Thai Smile DMK Ad (Thai Smile)(LR)

Thai Smile logo

Route Map:

Thai Smile 8.2014 Route Map (LRW)

City Airways resumes services to Hong Kong

City Airways (Bangkok-Don Mueang) resumed service to Hong Kong from Phuket on April 5 and Bangkok (Don Mueang) on April 12.

Schedule: CLICK HERE

City Airways Company Limited was established on February 24, 2011 with three Boeing 737-400s. The airline launched scheduled flights from Bangkok’s Don Mueang Airport to Chiang Mai and Phuket in Thailand.

City Airways (Thailand) logo

Copyright Photo: Jacques Guillem Collection/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-4Y0 HS-GTA (msn 24688) is parked at the Don Mueang Airport base in Bangkok.

City Airways: AG Slide Show

Nok Air commits for eight Boeing 737-800s and seven 737 MAX 8s

Nok Airlines Public Company Limited (Nok Air) (Bangkok) and Boeing (Chicago and Seattle) have announced from the Singapore Airshow a commitment to order eight Next-Generation 737-800s and seven 737 MAX 8s. The commitment, valued at $1.45 billion at list prices, will establish Nok Air as the first airline in Thailand to operate the 737 MAX.

Boeing will work with the Bangkok-based airline to finalize the details of the agreement, at which time the order will be posted to the Boeing Orders & Deliveries website. While Nok Air currently operates a fleet of 14 Next-Generation 737s, this will mark the airline’s first direct order with Boeing.

Copyright Photo: Keith Burton/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-83N HS-DBH (msn 32614) departs from Bangkok (Don Mueang) base.

Nok Air (view the colorful liveries): CLICK HERE