Category:Nok Air

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Nok Air (Thai: นกแอร์, derived from nok (นก), the Thai word for bird) is a low-cost airline in Thailand operating mostly domestic services out of Bangkok's Don Mueang International Airport. The airline was established in February 2004 as Sky Asia, the airline renamed and started operations as Nok Air on 23 July 2004. Thai Airways owns the largest stake in the airline until May 2017, now second largest stake after Chulangkul family (Mr. Nuttapol Chulangkul, Mr. Taweechat Chulangkul, Mrs. Hatairatn Jurangkool).

Between 2007 to 2014, Nok Air has a division called Nok Mini, operated by SGA Airlines with small airplanes (smaller than Nok's ATR 72 aircraft) in Nok Air liveries. Between late 2013 to 2020, Nok Air did a joint venture with Scoot Airlines to form NokScoot, a low-cost airline operating medium to long-haul international services, based out of Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok.


This page contains all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of Nok Air.

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Pages in category "Nok Air"

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