List of airlines of Thailand,
Orient Thai, Nok Air, Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways International, Thai Vietjet Air, Thai Smile.
Orient Thai Airways, Boeing-747
Orient Thai is an airline with its head office in Thailand. Orient Thai operates chartered and scheduled services in Southeast Asia. The airline Orient Thai ceased all operations in 2018 Orient Thai fleet consisted of the Boeing Aircrafts.
Thai Vietjet Air, Airbus A320
Thai Vietjet Air
Thai Vietjet Air is a low-cost airline and an subsidiary of Vietnamese low-cost airline VietJet Air. Thai Vietjet Air operates a fleet of Airbus A320 aircrafts. Thai Vietjet Air operates chartered and scheduled services to Cambodia, India, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam.
Nok Air, Boeing-737
Nok Air is one of the major low-cost airline in Thailand. Low-cost Nok Air operates scheduled domestic services out of Bangkok. Nok Air is the budget airline of Thai Airways International. Nok Air operates a fleet of Boeing and De Havilland Canada Dash 8 Q400 aircrafts.
Bangkok Airways is a regional airline based in Bangkok. Bangkok Airways operates scheduled services to destinations in Thailand, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Laos, Maldives, Burma, India, and Singapore. Bangkok Airways is a member of Star Alliance. Bangkok Airways operates a fleet of Airbus and ATR 72-600 aircrafts.
Thai Airways, Airbus-A380
Thai Airways is the flag carrier airline of Thailand. THAI flies to many important destinations in over 35 countries, using a fleet of wide-body aircrafts. The airline Thai Airways International was once the operator of two of the world's longest non-stop routes between Bangkok and Los Angeles and New York City. Thai Airways International operates a fleet of both Airbus and Boeing Aircrafts.
Thai Smile Airways, Airbus-A320
Thai Smile Airways Logo
Thai Smile Airways is a Thai regional airline and a subsidiary of Thai Airways International. Thai Smile Airways operates regional scheduled flight services. Thai Smile's fleet consists of Airbus aircrafts.