Nok Air Reviews

nok-air-reviews-logoThailand is recognized for being a tropical paradise, all thanks to the wonderful beaches and warm weather that many people find to be truly captivating. Another reason why so many people love the country is its budget-friendliness. The food, accommodation, and travel destinations in the country are relatively cheap compared to those found in other Asian countries.

Affordability seems to be the main driving force behind Nok Air, a low-cost airline from Thailand. If you’re the penny-pinching traveler type, should you book a flight with this airline? Let’s find out by looking at some Nok Air reviews!

Origins and ownership

nok-air-reviews-ceo-patee-sarasinNok Air was founded in February 2004. Back then, it was under Sky Asia Co., Ltd. The airline started its operations on 23 July 2004, roughly 5 months after its establishment.

Since 2004, the Chief Executive Officer of Nok Air has been Patee Sarasin. He has a degree in Computer Science as well as Business Administration from Clark University, in Massachusetts. Moreover, he also earned his Master’s Degree in Mass Communication Film and Video after graduating from the American University.

What people are saying

When thinking of low-cost airlines, you might picture a dingy cabin with staff that offers nothing else but a glass of water. Not in this case! You see, a lot of the Nok Air reviews I found online were surprisingly positive. Here are some of them:

Very impressed with Nok Air which operates from Bangkok Don Mueang. Check in was quick, they were much more relaxed about a few extra kilos and an extra carry on than European low cost airlines.

— Andrew Maile (AirlineQuality.com)

Nok Air are still using quite old aircraft but service has improved since last time a flew with them a few years ago. It is a cheaper alternative to Bangkok Air on route to Samui.

— David Salon (AirlineQuality.com)

Only a short flight returning to Bangkok but extremely pleasant. Comfy seating with adequate legroom. Great, friendly, service, onboard and booking in.

— Norman (TripAdvisor.com)

The website

nok-air-reviews-website

When you open your website you will immediately notice one thing: the color yellow. I mean it. From the header bar to the buttons, their site is tastefully adorned with so much yellow.

In the middle of the homepage, you will find a rectangular image that automatically changes every few seconds. This portion shows the latest news, promos, and information regarding Nok Air.

Look at the right part of the site and you will notice the flight booking form. Fill up the form and click the search button to find list of available flights to your destination. Aside from that, the site also allows customers to manage their existing flights, do a web check-in, search for the latest promos/discounts, and more. Click here to view the site.

About

Nok Air operates from its main hub at the Don Mueang International Airport and from its secondary hub at the Chiang Mai International Airport.

Their destinations are mostly domestic (within Thailand), but they also have routes to Myanmar, Vietnam, and Singapore. Recently, the airline seems to be planning on offering regional flights in Asia.

The airline owns some Boeing 737-800s, ATR 72-500, and Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 NextGen, giving their fleet a total of 32 aircraft.

Contact information

Conclusion

Looking at the Nok Air reviews above shows us that the airline is not like most low-cost carriers today. While the airline does focus on providing affordable flights across Thailand, they still value customer satisfaction and that’s what makes them so good.

What do you think? Care to tell us your own Nok Air reviews? Then don’t hesitate to leave your comments down below!

Please follow and like us:
20