Wednesday , 30 September 2020
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NokScoot begins Delhi-Bangkok flights

Thai low cost carrier NokScoot has begun flights between Delhi and Bangkok. 

The airline which is a joint venture of Thai carrier Nok Air and Scoot which is a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines. The airline operates a fleet of five ex-Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-200ERs which are configured in a 24 business and 391 economy configuration. One of the airlines 777s was part of Scoot’s original fleet when it began operations.

NokScoot will operate a 3x weekly service to Delhi from Bangkok with the following schedule:

Flight NumberOriginDestinationSTDSTAFrequency
XW306Bangkok (DMK)New Delhi22350115+11,3,6
XW305New DelhiBangkok (DMK)025508152,4,7

The airline will join Thai Airways, Air India, SpiceJet and Jet Airways, all of which operate one or more daily flights between Delhi and Bangkok.

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