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Nok Air is a Thai Low-Cost Airline. Nok Air Airline was founded in Bangkok in 2004.
Today Nok Air flies to 30+ cities in Thailand and some international destinations.
Most popular flights are to Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Krabi, Phuket, Phang Nga, Ranong, Trang, Yangon, Koh Lipe,
Koh Phi Phi, Koh Phangan, Koh Samui, Koh Tao, Koh Nangyuan, Koh Mook.

Cheap flights to/from Bangkok, Phuket, Koh Samui, Koh Lipe, Koh Phi Phi, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Koh Phangan and more...

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Nok Air Recruits Playboy Bunnies For 2014 Calendar

Thai budget airline Nok Air is taking Ryanair's skimpy flight attendant calendar concept to the next level once again.

Instead of the airline's flight attendants gracing the pages of its 2014 calendars (à la Ryanair), the "10 hottest bunnies" of Playboy Thailand strike poses alongside Boeing 747s. More

Nok Air resumes Bangkok flights to Krabi

Nok Air welcomed passengers on its new service from Bangkok Don Mueang to Krabi, which launched on 1 January. The airline’s twice-daily flights will compete directly with Thai AirAsia’s eight daily flights. This winter, Nok Air is operating 30% more flights than last winter, while its network has grown from 23 to 28 routes. More

Nok and Scoot plan new airline

Thailand's Nok Air and Singapore-based Scoot announced plans to set-up a new low-cost carrier in the Asia-Pacific region. According to a Monday article by Graham Smith, the airline will be branded Nokscoot and will operate wide-body Airbus aircraft on medium and long-haul international routes, subject to regulatory approval. It plans to start flights in the second half of 2014. More

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Nok Air plans more expansion in 2014 despite increasing competition in Thailand from AirAsia & Lion

Nok Air is planning more rapid expansion in 2014 as the Thai Airways low-cost affiliate looks to cement its leading position in Thailand’s domestic market and diversify its network with new international destinations. The expansion comes as competition significantly intensifies in Thailand with the launch of two new short-haul LCCs.

Read more in CAPA

Airlines battle for control of Asean skies

Intense competition from new players, a struggling national carrier and the volatile political climate are hitting Thailand's aviation sector, says an expert. With Asean economic integration arriving next year, time lost now could be critical for the Thai industry, said Frost & Sullivan aerospace and defence consultant Ravi Madavaram.

AirAsia has had a presence in Thailand for a decade, almost for as long as Nok Air, but AirAsia has been the dominant player in the region and Nok Air has limited itself to competing in Thailand.

Read more in Bangkok Post


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