One of Thailand’s most popular airlines, commenced its operations from Bangkok to Hyderabad on February 21, 2023, while the first flight from Hyderabad to Bangkok departed on February 22, 2023. NOK Air celebrated this momentous touchdown by hosting a grand party in the city of Hyderabad the same evening with prominent travel trade partners.
“Hyderabad is one of the safest and growing city in India. We believe this city has a lot of potential. There lot of segments like pharma, tourism, etc. which are growing. So taking this as an opportunity we have welcomed NOK Air here. We are assured that under the leadership of our ministers, we are expecting to grow the sectors on a daily basis. I am heartily congratulating the airline. There are great industry policies here so we encourage people from various corners of the world to visit and develop their industries in Hyderabad. There are many employment opportunities as well that we are driving through these,” said Shri V. Srinivas Goud Ji, Hon’ble Minister for Prohibition and Excise, Sports and Youth Services, Tourism and Culture and Archaeology Government of Telangana.
“Awaiting a warm welcome in India, our first flight departed from Don Mueang to Hyderabad on 21st February 2023. We are very pleased that the flight was received with so much fondness and the reviews from the passengers have been very encouraging. We wish to be able to continue to offer this promising country, more connections, great service, and many more memorable holidays. We hope Hyderabad might serve as a springboard for more growth in India this year,” said Wutthiphum Jurangkool, CEO, Nok Air.
The Airline will operate 3 Weekly non-stop flights from its hub Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) in Bangkok to Hyderabad in Winter 2023 schedule, and increase frequency to 4 Weekly non-stop flights in Summer 2023 schedule. The new route will be operated by state-of-the-art Boeing 737-800 with 189 Economy Class seats.
Currently Hyderabad is the sole location Nok Air serves in India. The new route easily links Bangkok with over 20 locations in Thailand, including Phuket, Chiang Mai, and Chiang Rai, as well as with international locations like Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) and Yangon (Myanmar).