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NokScoot, also known as NokScoot Airlines Company Limited, is a Thai low-cost airline based at Don Mueang International Airport in Bangkok.
NokScoot commenced operations in 2013 when Scoot announced plans to establish a new carrier in Bangkok that would fly medium and long-haul routes with a fleet of Boeing 777-200 aircraft.
NokScoot is owned by 51% of Nok Air and Scoot (a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines) owns 49%.
NokScoot has many fares including Fly, which does not include any checked baggage allowance. Other product bundles, FlyBag and FlyBagEatcome with 20kg and Scootbiz comes with 30kg of checked baggage included.
Cabin baggage for economy is limited to one piece of up to 7kg and ScootBiz class limited to 2 pieces of up to a combined weight of 15kg.
Fly, FlyBag and FlyBagEat Fares are limited to one piece of up to 7kg, plus more 3kg allowance if laptop is carried. ScootBiz Fare is limited to 2 pieces of up to a combined weight of 15 kg.
ScootBiz includes full leather seats that offer at least 38" (96.5cm) of legroom, 21.7" (55.1cm) of width, 8" (20.3cm) of recline, plus a footrest and in-arm trays that can be unfolded partially or fully. In addition, ScootBiz passengers receive preferred seat selection in an exclusive 24-seat upfront , cabin, with our most experienced staff, a complimentary meal with beverages ,30kg of checked baggage allowance, up to 15kg/ two bags of carry-on baggage and priority check-in & boarding.
China (Dalian; Nanjing; Qingdao; Shenyang; Tianjin)
31st May 2018
NokScoot will operate B737 aircraft in the third quarter of this year
NokScoot, based at Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport (BKK), will begin operating its newly acquired B737-800 in the third quarter of 2018. NokScoot will use the B737-800 to fly a daily service between Bangkok Don Mueang and Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) starting on 16th September 2018.
NokScoot Deputy CEO, Giam Ming Toh, has addressed the arrival of the new aircraft, stating that all incoming B737s will follow the same layout as this current 189 seat B737-800 with only Economy Class tickets seats on offer.
31st May 2018
Scoot to wet-lease a B777 to cover for B787 downtime
Scoot (TR, Singapore Changi) has announced it will wet-lease one B777-200(ER) from Singapore Airlines (SQ, Singapore Changi) to cover the shortage of B787-8s and -9s caused by the technical issues with Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines.
The wet-leased aircraft will be deployed between June 6 and June 30, 2018, on the low-cost, long-haul operator's service from Singapore Changi to Sydney Kingsford Smith.
It is recalled that Singapore Airlines CEO Goh Phong Choon recently told a media gathering that Singapore Airlines Group has not seen any headwinds due to the Trent 1000 engine issues currently afflicting carriers across the globe.
According to CAPA, after the initial lengthy grounding of one aircraft in the second half of 2017, Scoot resumed full operations of all its B787s in early 2018. However, the new airworthiness directive issued in April 2018, which tightened the requirements for inspections of the Trent 1000 engines and reduced ETOPS capabilities, has reportedly caused new headaches for the airline.
Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows that out of Scoot's ten B787-8s, 9V-OFD (msn 37121) has been grounded since May 19, while all the others are currently active. All six of the carrier's B787-8s are also active.
8th March 2018
NokScoot expands fleet with 737s
NokScoot, the low-cost airline based in Thailand, plans to add its first Boeing 737s in 2018, which will allow the carrier to downgauge some of its lower-demand widebody routes. At present, NokScoot operates four Boeing 777-200s. However, the airline plans to introduce five used 737s by the end of this year, according to NokScoot head of engineering and fleet management Raymond Tan. This would mean a significant departure for NokScoot, which was established as a joint venture between Singapore’s Scoot and Thailand’s Nok Air for the purpose of operating widebodies.
The first new 737 is set to join the Nokscoot's fleet in June, with the second arriving in July. The 737s will replace the 777s on routes where demand does not justify the use of the widebodies, Tan said. This will in turn allow the airline to open new markets with the 777s, and it is considering routes in Japan, South Korea and India. There are also plans for the airline to add another 777-200 in the upcoming months.
24th November 2017
NokScoot launches Bangkok–Xian route
NokScoot low-cost airline continues to expand in China with the launch of a Bangkok–Xian route, the airline’s sixth mainland China destination.
The three weekly flights begin on November 22.
To celebrate the launch, promotional fares from Bt2,599 per flight are offered for bookings from November 2-8 with travel from November 22 to March 24.
“The launch of this new route brings us one step closer to double the number of passengers from 1.1 million in 2017 to over 2 million in 2018. NokScoot is committed to grow and expand in the Asia Pacific region. We are confident that this route will stimulate new travel demand and boost tourism and business potential of both Thailand and mainland China” said Yodchai Sudhidhanakul, the chief executive officer, NokScoot Airlines.
18th November 2017
NokScoot sets cautious course
NokScoot will pursue conservative growth, rather than adopting an aggressive expansion as was expected after the recent lifting of the red flag against Thailand over aviation safety standards. The medium-to-long-haul low carrier plans to add only one aircraft to its fleet in the first half of next year, and it may acquire another one later this year. NokScoot, a joint venture of Singapore's Scoot and Thailan's Nok Air, recently took delivery of a fourth Boeing 777-200 widebody jet. NokScoot will pursue conservative growth, rather than adopting an aggressive expansion as was expected after the recent lifting of the red flag against Thailand over aviation safety standards. A five-aircraft fleet and the planned ramp-up of aircraft use from 12 hours a day per plan to 13-14 should also support NokScoot's coverage of China, which remains the backbone of the airline's business.
31st October 2017
NokScoot announces new CEO
NokScoot Airlines directors on October 24 approved the appointment of Yodchai Sudhidhanakul as chief executive, effective tomorrow (November 1).
“After a thorough and comprehensive search, the Nokscoot board is pleased to have found such an outstanding individual to assume leadership,” said chairman Chokchai Panyayong.“Yodchai has proven track records in multiple areas of airline operations for 13 years and strong leadership credentials. We are confident of his ability to lead NokScoot successfully into the exciting growth phase in the coming years.”
Yodchai is a lawyer by training, with a diploma in jurist law from Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitat in Bonn, Germany.
He began his career in the early 1990s at Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit, an international consulting firm of the German government, rising to the rank of deputy director of its Thailand office.
“I’m excited to begin my new role at NokScoot,” Yodchai said. “The airline has a unique proposition and a highly motivated team. I look forward to continuing the tradition of strong customer focus – comfortable, fun and friendly service – while delivering a safe and reliable experience. I’m confident that NokScoot will continue to grow and become one of the leading airlines in the industry.”
Launched in 2014, NokScoot is a joint venture between Singapore budget airline Scoot and Thai airline Nok Air.
28th April 2017
Nokscoot plans to increase its services to China by the end of Summer 2017. This will be in time of the increased frequency services to Shenyang and Tianjin.
NokScoot identified North Asia as the next region it plans to grow into, but this will depend on the lifting of restrictions placed after ICAO issued a significant safety concern (SSC) on Thailand in 2015.
Once the restrictions have been lifted, the Bangkok Don Mueang-based long-haul, low-cost carrier intends to operate scheduled services to cities in Japan, before expadning into South Korea. This year, the carrier will take a Boeing 777-200ER on lease by October, followed by two additional models in 2018.
Nokscoot have identified North Asia as the next region it plans to grow into, but this will depend on the lifting of restrictions placed after ICAO issued a significant safety concern (SSC) on Thailand in 2015.
Once the restrictions have been lifted, the Bangkok Don Mueang-based long-haul, low-cost carrier intends to operate scheduled services to cities in Japan, before expadning into South Korea.
Nokscoot so admits that “there has been a huge impact” on charter and scheduled flights to and from China as a result of the Thai government’s crackdown on low-value tourism. But despite the crackdown, which began in October last year, load factors for its China services still stands at “around 90%,” notes Ng.
To alleviate the situation, the airline is working with local tour agencies to offer “value for money” itineraries for Chinese tourists.
This year, the carrier will take a Boeing 777-200ER on lease by October, followed by two additional models in 2018. Flight Fleets Analyzer shows that NokScoot operates three 777-200ERs.
Beijing - Beijing Capital International Airport
Yangon - Yangon International Airport
Ho Chi Minh City – Tan Son Nhat International Airport
Hanoi - Noi Bai International Airport
Singapore - Singapore Changi Airport (operated in conjunction with Scoot Airlines)
Bangkok Thung Song
Bangkok Buri Rem
Bombardier Dash 8 Q400
Don Mueang International Airport
Don Mueang International Airport is one oldest operating airport in Bangkok and one of the two international airports serving Bangkok, Thailand.
The airport is a low cost airline hub and airlines that fly from and to Don Mueang International Airport include Air Asia, Thai AirAsia, Maldivian and Malindo Air.
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