Newgen Airways ceased operations in October 2019.
If you're looking for international flights to China from Thailand or elsewhere in Asia, please take a look at our list of alternative airlines below.
Newgen Airways was a Thai international scheduled passenger carrier, that concentrated on flights from Thailand to China. Before ceasing operations, the airline was based at Bangkok's Don Mueang international Airport.
The airline operated both scheduled and private charter services from Don Mueang International Airport and 5 other Thailand hubs: U-Tapao International Airport, Krabi International Airport, Phuket International Airport, Surat Thani International Airport and Nakhon Ratchasima Airport. In total, the airline flew to 30 destinations in China.
Unfortunately, the airline had to suspend all flights in August 2019, before, shortly afterwards, ceasing operations for good.
The following airlines operate flights to China from Thailand and elsewhere within Asia. Thai Airways and Air Asia Thailand operate an extensive route network between Thailand and China. You can click on each icon to find out more about each airline.
Before the carrier ceased operations, it operated an extensive flight network, primarily focused on connecting Thailand and China. Before suspending flights in 2019, NewGen Airways flew to the following destinations:
From Bangkok – Don Mueang International Airport (Primary Hub)
From Krabi – Krabi Airport
From Phuket – Phuket Airport
From Pattaya – U-Tapao International Airport
As the airline has ceased operations, it is no longer possible to book flights with NewGen Airways.
It is no longer possible to check-in for NewGen Airways flights, since the carrier has ceased operations.
Before it ceased operations, NewGen Airways operated a fleet of Boeing 737-400 and Boeing 737-800. The aircraft were capable of carrying up to 180 passengers in a single class of service: Economy.
Don Mueang International Airport is considered to be Asia’s oldest functioning airport and one of the world’s oldest international airports. The airport was opened in 1914 and commercial flights began in 1924. Renovations took place in 2006 and in 2007 was reopened, becoming a regional commuter flight hub. The airport has seen over 38 million passengers come through. Don Mueang international Airport has 2 terminals (Terminal 1: International, Terminal 2: Domestic).