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ThaiAirways and Other Thailand Airlines

ThaiAirways and Other Thailand Airlines

Thai Airways International is probably the most well known of all Thai airlines, but there are many other Thailand airlines that operate throughout Thailand. This article will cover all of the the commercial airlines currently by Thailand’s civil aviation authorities.

Bangkok Airways –
Bangkok Airways is a regional carrier that offers both domestic flights within Thailand and international flights within Southeast Asia.
Bangkok Airways website.

Bangkok Airways

Bangkok Airways

City Airways –
City Airways is a new Thai airline that began operations in 2012. Its main hub is Don Mueang International Airport(old airport) in Bangkok and currently offers flights to China and Hong Kong.
City Airways website.

City Airways

City Airways

Happy Air –
Is a Thai airline that operated domestic flights out of Suvarnabhumi. As of May 2014 Happy Air has no scheduled flights.
Happy Air website.

Happy Air

Happy Air

Kan Air –
Kan Air is a domestic airline that operates chartered and scheduled flights operating out of Chiang Mai International Airport. Kan Air operates mainly in the northern region of Thailand.
Kan Air website.

Kan Air

Kan Air

Nok Air –
Nok Air is a low cost Thai airline created by Thai Airways in 2004. Nok Air operates out of Don Mueang International Airport(old airport) and offers domestic flights throughout Thailand. It is one of 3 Thailand airlines created by or operated by Thai Airways.
Nok Air website.

Nok Air

Nok Air

Orient Thai Airlines –
Orient Thai Airlines is another airline that offers international flights within Southeast Asia as well as domestic flights within Thailand. The are also the only Thai airline to bear a Royal Seal due to the close relationship that one of the chairmen has with the King of Thailand.
Orient Thai Airlines website.

Orient Thai Airlines

Orient Thai Airlines

Nok Mini –
Nok Mini was a Thai airline operated by the Siam General Aviation Company Limited and was also known as SGA Airlines. They worked in partnership with Nok Air until March 2014 when it was announced that they would be ending the partnership and going through restructuring. Their website below currently redirects to Nok Air.
Nok Mini website.

Nok Mini

Nok Mini

Solar Air –
Solar Air is a domestic airline in Thailand that flies from Don Mueang International Airport(old airport) to Chumphon Airport.
Solar Air website.

Solar Air

Solar Air

Thai AirAsia and Thai AirAsia X –
Thai AirAsia and Thai AirAsia X are joint ventures between Asia Aviation and Air Asia. They operate both domestic and international flights out of Thailand. The difference between the two is that Thai AirAsia X handles long haul flights. The website is the same for both Thai AirAsia And Thai AirAsia X.
Air Asia website.

Thai Air Asia

Thai Air Asia

Thai Lion Air –
Thai Lion Air is a Thai low cost airline that is an associate company of Lion Air, which is based in Indonesia. Thai Lion Air operates flights within Thailand as well as flights to Indonesia from Don Mueang International Airport(old airport).
Thai Lion Airline.

Thai Lion Air

Thai Lion Air

Thai Airways International –
The largest and probably the most famous of all of Thailand airlines, ThaiAirways operates both domestic and international flights from Thailand. ThaiAirways also operates the low cost carrier Thai Smile.
Thai Airways International website.

Thai Airways

Thai Airways

Thai Smile –
Thai Smile is a low cost airline created and operated by ThaiAirways. Thai smile operates both domestic flights within Thailand as well as international flights within Southeast Asia.
Thai Smile website.

Thai Smile

Thai Smile

Here is a slideshow of showing pictures of various Thailand airlines: