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1. Thailand's Nok Air Takes Delivery of Boeing 737-800; BFS to Provide Training
Thailand's troubled Nok Air has taken delivery of a new Boeing 737-800, the third direct-purchase 737-800 to be delivered to the Bangkok-based airline. Boeing Flight Services pilots flew Nok Air's newest 737 to Bangkok and kicked off a flight training program with the airline to help strengthen the capabilities of Nok Air's flight crew. Patee Sarasin, CEO of Nok Air, said,
2. Nok Air to launch 'Nok Air Check and Shop service' in Chiang Mai
Nok Air to launch 'Nok Air Check and Shop service' in Chiang Mai.
3. Nok Air launches 'Nok Gives Life' campaign
Nok Air launches 'Nok Gives Life' campaign. Bangkok-based low cost airline, Nok Air, has launched 'Nok Gives Life' social contribution project, which coincides with Nok Airs 3rd anniversary celebrations. The 'Nok Gives Life' project works to raise funds for the Cardiac Children Foundation of Thailand, Under the Royal Patronage of H.R.H. Princess Galyani Vadhana Krom Luang Naradhiw
4. Nok Air to launch Flights between Bangkok and Hanoi
Nok Air to launch Flights between Bangkok and Hanoi. Thailand-based Nok Air is set to launch two daily flights between Bangkok and Hanoi, from 1 November 2007. The flights will be serviced by a Next-Generation Boeing 737-800, with a capacity of 190 seats. Nok Airs international flights are operated from Suvarnabhumi Airport, at check-in counters at row D, numbers D14 and D15.
5. Travelport GDS signs Distribution Agreement with Nok Air
Travelport GDS signs Distribution Agreement with Nok Air. Established in July 2004, Nok Air is based in Bangkok, Thailand. It currently operates domestic flights within Thailand and includes destinations such as Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, Phuket, Krabi and Trang. With this exclusive agreement, Nok Air content will be distributed via Galileo Flight Integrator to connected travel agents ac
6. Nok Air launches Flights to Chiang Rai and Ubon Rachathani
Nok Air launches Flights to Chiang Rai and Ubon Rachathani. Nok Air has launched flights from Don Muang airport, Bangkok to both Chiang Rai and Ubon Rachathani.
7. Nok Air Becomes Launch Customer of New 86-Seat Q400 Aircraft
Nok Air, a low-cost Thai airline, has signed a firm order with Bombardier for two Q400 NextGen turboprop airliners with options for an additional two and purchase rights on four others. Nok Air will also be the launch customer for a new extra capacity seating option, which will allow the Q400 NextGen aircraft to accommodate up to 86 passengers.
8. Nok Air to operate All Services from Old Don Muang Airport from 25 March 2007
Nok Air to operate All Services from Old Don Muang Airport from 25 March 2007. Despite many airlines, experienced travel industry professionals, and airline organisations being against Bangkok operating two major airports simultaneously, Nok Air, a low cost Thailand-based airline, has confirmed that it will relocate from the high-tech new Suvarnabhumi Airport in the South of Bangko

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