Nok Air expands into China

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By victoria@aviationnews-online.com September 4, 2017 16:53

Nok Air expands into China

Nok Air has released details of new charter flights booked by Chinese tour operators, which will allow it to expand into China with minimal risk. The flights, which will begin from late October, will fly to Bangkok’s Don Mueang International Airport from Zunyi and Changsha in China. The airline has also been contracted to supply roundtrip charters to U-tapao Airport, close to Pattaya, from Yinchuan, Baotou, Linyi, Yichang, Nanchang, and Haikao.

“We are taking strong, steps to improve our network expansion and always aim to provide the best in services to our passengers. Adding new service to our growing China network will benefit both the tourism industry and economic development as we bring in more tourists to our country. We are looking forward to these regular charter flights being successful” said Nok Air’s chief executive officer Patee Sarasin.

Nok Air says it intends to focus more on regional destinations and grow its network as part of the plan to achieve to build profitability and stronger competitiveness.

Meanwhile, Nok Air has confirmed plans to suspend its twice daily services from Bangkok (Don Mueang) to Hanoi, effective October 29 and start a new three-weekly service from Mae Sot to Yangon.

The airline’s twice daily service from Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh City in southern Vietnam continues.

victoria@aviationnews-online.com
By victoria@aviationnews-online.com September 4, 2017 16:53