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CNN Business Traveller title card.

Nonfiction TV Series (2002-present)

Richard Quest (Host)

CNN Business Traveller investigates various topics related to business related travel, including airlines, airport lounges, frequent-flyer programs, hotels and the travelling lifestyle. In 2016, the program attempted a stunt to fly around the world travelling only on 10 low cost airlines through 9 countries across 8 days, comparing experiences on each airline and interviewing executives from the carriers over two episodes (April 2016 and May 2016).

Series 2017

Boeing 737-9GP(ER)(WL)

Ep. 8.10 Thailand
An aircraft picture at Thai Lion Air ticket counter in Don Mueang International Airport (DMK/VTBD). The picture is a Boeing 737-9GP(ER)(WL), registration HS-LTI, c/n 38738/4643, built in 2013.

Reg. HS-LTI Boeing 737-9GP(ER)(WL) of Thai Lion Air.

Boeing 737-88L(WL)

Ep. 8.10 Thailand
Registration HS-DBY, c/n 61299/6426, built in 2017. At Don Mueang International Airport (DMK/VTBD).

Reg. HS-DBY Boeing 737-88L(WL) of Nok Air.

At Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX/VTCC).

Reg. HS-DBY Boeing 737-88L(WL) of Nok Air.

Airbus A320

Ep. 8.10 Thailand
In the background, there are three Airbus A320 of AirAsia at Don Mueang International Airport (DMK/VTBD).

Airbus A320 of AirAsia.

Airbus A319

Ep. 8.10 Thailand
On the left, an aircraft picture at Bangkok Airways check-in counter in Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX/VTCC).

Airbus A319 of Bangkok Airways.

Airbus A319/A320

Ep. 8.10 Thailand
Airbus A319 or A320 of Bangkok Airways. At Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX/VTCC).

Airbus A319/A320 of Bangkok Airways.
Airbus A319/A320 of Bangkok Airways.

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