Friday, January 7, 2011

Defunct Airlines of Thailand: Thai Airways Company, Thai Sky Airlines, Air Siam, Air Andaman, Thai Air Cargo, Thaijet, Thai Pacific Airlines

0a0d3 thai airways cargo 512BBrUZaGsL. SL160  Defunct Airlines of Thailand: Thai Airways Company, Thai Sky Airlines, Air Siam, Air Andaman, Thai Air Cargo, Thaijet, Thai Pacific Airlines
Chapters: Thai Airways Company, Thai Sky Airlines, Air Siam, Air Andaman, Thai Air Cargo, Thaijet, Thai Pacific Airlines. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher’s book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Thai Airways Company or Thai Airways (TAC; Thai: ) was the domestic flag carrier of Thailand. Its main base was the Domestic Terminal at Don Mueang International Airport: DMK (former name: Bangkok International Airport: BKK). Its head office was located in Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok. In 1988 Thai Airways merged to become Thai Airways International (Thai: ). Siamese Airways Company Limited was the domestic flag carrier of Thailand on March 1, 1947, according to a cabinet resolution. The first squadron had Douglas DC-3, Beechcraft C45, L-5 Sentinel, Rearwin, Fairchild. The first flight was Bangkok-Phitsanulok-Lampang-Chiang Mai. And after 2 days, It opened Chiang Mai-Mae Sariang-Mae Hong Son. The first International flight had opened on December 1947, flight Bangkok-Songkhla-Penang. The Government of Thailand had a resolution on November 1, 1951, merged with Pacific Overseas Airline (Siam) Limited (POAS), and changed name to Thai Airways Company Limited (TAC) (Thai: (.)). It also called Thai Airways. Thai Airways established the international flag carrier in 1960, Thai Airways International Company Limited (THAI; Thai: ), as a joint venture between Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) with the Scandinavian carrier initially providing a 30% share capital of two million Baht. Thai Airways Flight 231 bought Avro 748 in 1963, Boeing 737-200 in 1977, Short 330 in 1982, Short 360 and Airbus A310-200 in 1985. On April 1, 1988, Thai Airways Company Limited (TAC) merged with Thai Airways International, under the cabinet resolution, single national airline of the Kingdom of Thailand, as authorised by Gen…More: http://booksllc.net/?id=313825

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