Bangkok Airways Adds One More A320 to Its Fleet

Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited led by Capt.Tipparat Pakpoomsin, Director – Flight Operations (4th from Left) together with pilots received the latest Airbus A320 at Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited led by Capt.Tipparat Pakpoomsin, Director – Flight Operations (4th from Left) together with pilots received the latest Airbus A320 at Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Bangkok, 5 January 2017 – Bangkok Airways a Thai regional carrier, recently add latest Airbus A320 to the airline’s fleeet.

This Airbus A320 holds 162 economy class seats and will be serving both domestic and international routes such as Chiang Mai, Phuket, Samui, Krabi, Yangon (Myanmar), Siem Reap (Cambodia), Dhaka (Bangladesh) and Mumbai (India). ฺ

Before joining the Thai airline’s fleet and registered as HS-PPO, this aircraft was operated by Mexican airline, Volaris as XA-VON.

Currently, Bangkok Airways’ fleet consists of 35 aircrafts; 6 ATR72-500s, 8 ATR72-600s, 12 A319s and 9 A320s.

In Winter 2016/2017 season, Bangkok Airways also wet leases one Airbus A319 and one A320 from Niki to catch up high demand.