Nok Air to launch Flights between Bangkok and Hanoi

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Friday, 28 September 2007

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.

All of us at Nok Air are very excited about expanding our international route network to Hanoi, said Patee Sarasin, Chief Executive Officer, Nok Air. We look forward to welcoming all travellers to fly with Nok Air and experience the vibrant culture of our neighbor, Vietnam, as well as to bring Vietnamese travelers to fully enjoy our Thai hospitality as we launch our services in the true Nok Air style.

In addition, our passengers will enjoy the enhanced comfort and entertainment of our Next-Generation Boeing 737-800, which will be equipped with the newest modern interior designs for passenger ease and safety, including larger windows for better views. Its fuel efficiency means that it is kinder to the environment and the reduced fuel consumption is certainly a positive in this era of high fuel costs, Patee added.

Reservations for flights can be made on the Nok Air website, or at the Nok Air special call center number +662-900-9911. Prices start from THB 3 for a one way trip and conditions apply (exclusive of airport tax, fuel surcharge and other fees). Nok Airs passengers can also book their own favorite seats by using Pre-seat assignment service.

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