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Movie (2008)
Thai language title: คริตกะจ๋า บ้าสุดสุด
Also known as: Switch or Valentine

Shahkrit Yamnarm (Kengkat)
Natthaweeranuch Thongmee (Praepunnawa)
Pongpan Phetchbantoon (Gai)
Pokchat Thiamchai (Baitong)

(Synopsis needed)

Boeing 737-8BK(WL)

Boeing 737-8BK(WL) of Nok Air. (Product placement.) This scene is a CGI aircraft, taking off on Phuket International Airport (HKT/VTSP), but this scene is incorrect because this is a taxiway, not the runway.

Boeing 737-8BK(WL) of Nok Air. (CGI.)

Boeing 737-8BK(WL) of Nok Air (leases from XL Airways UK), registered G-OXLC (cn 33029/1945), landed at Phuket International Airport. This scene is an actual aircraft.

Reg. G-OXLC Boeing 737-8BK(WL) of Nok Air.

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