Posted on: 01 September 2014 by Mark Howells
Scoot Airlines (Scoot) has moved its operations from Suvarnabhumi International Airport to Bangkok’s ‘downtown airport’, Don Mueang International Airport.
Speaking about the move, Scoot’s CEO Campbell Wilson said, “it's fantastic news for our guests: being much closer to the Bangkok city centre, Don Mueang means a faster trip into town and, being Nok's home-base, it enables us to offer seamless connections to and from 21 Thai destinations.”
Scoot’s move coincides with the airline’s new interline service with Nok Air, which allows customers to take advantage of Nok Air’s domestic coverage and Scoot’s international flights in a single booking. Patee Sarasin, CEO of Nok Air hopes “this will allow more international passengers to visit different parts of Thailand with more ease and comfort.”
Nok Air will also be responsible for Scoot’s ground operations at Don Mueang International Airport.