Articles tagged “nok air”

A Field Guide to Understanding the World’s Airline Designs

A Field Guide to Understanding the World’s Airline Designs

Jonny Clark, TheDesignAir

How do carriers translate this into a paint scheme, changing familiar and regular airframes templates such as the 737 from a low cost carrier to a premium carrier and vice versa? We explore.

4 years ago

Nok Air and ANA Have a Solution for the Global Pilot Crunch

Nok Air and ANA Have a Solution for the Global Pilot Crunch

Boonsong Kositchotethana, Bangkok Post

A mix of low pay scaring off pilots in the U.S. and a boom in airlines in Asia means that the pilot labor pool is severely imbalanced. We'll see what difference can one school make.

5 years ago

The Top 11 Airline Liveries of 2014

The Top 11 Airline Liveries of 2014

Jonny Clark, TheDesignAir

One side effect of the boom in Asian airlines is the wealth of carriers with strong, new looks.

5 years ago

Thailand’s First Long-Haul Low-Cost Carrier Set to Fly

Thailand’s First Long-Haul Low-Cost Carrier Set to Fly

Boonsong Kositchotethana, Bangkok Post

Beating Nokscoot out of the gate could be important, but AirAsia should be prepared to wait for success since Thailand's political situation has yet to show any signs of improving.

5 years ago

Thailand’s New Long-Haul, Low-Cost Carrier From Nok Air and Scoot Wants to Fly

Thailand’s New Long-Haul, Low-Cost Carrier From Nok Air and Scoot Wants to Fly

Boonsong Kositchotethana, Bangkok Post

We're intrigued by the glut of Asian low-cost carriers and especially intrigued by the creative combination of Scoot and Nok.

5 years ago

Thai Budget Carrier Nok Air Announces Free In-Flight Wi-Fi for Flyers

Thai Budget Carrier Nok Air Announces Free In-Flight Wi-Fi for Flyers

Boonsong Kositchotethana, The Bangkok Post

Nok Air is among the first Thai airlines to announce plans for in-flight wi-fi. Its decision to offer it for free, after JetBlue launched free wi-fi for six months, suggests a growing trend towards complimentary connectivity -- at least during installation.

5 years ago