PBair

PBair was a small international airline Thai.

History

The airline was founded in 1995 by the Boon Rawd Brewery. First, they should only cover the constant need of management for air travel. 1997 scheduled flights were then added. Initially it was planned, such as a Boeing 747 offering scheduled flights to Scandinavia. Between 1995 and 2004 PBair flew predominantly on national routes operated there in codeshare agreement with Thai Airways, especially regional airports. Managing Director of PBair was captain Jothin Pamon - Montri.

Since 2004/2005 also an international destination in Vietnam is operated for the first time. Their motto was " The great little airline ." The frequent flyer program was called Sean S'BY pass. In this program, there were no gradations by miles flown. It was, unusually, issued no customer card made ​​of plastic.

In November 2009, the flight was closed down until further notice.

On 21 December 2009, the closure of the airline and the liquidation has been requested.

Former fleet

(Excerpt )

  • Fokker F28 -4000 (HS- PBA)
  • Boeing 767 - 38E (HS- PBH)
  • 2x ERJ 145 (HS- PBE and HS- PBF )
  • 2x ATR72 -500 ( Drylease of Bangkok Airways )

Planned (from 09 /09 or 10 /09) were in the meantime additional 2x Saab 340 ( Drylease Aero Century )

Objectives

The home base was in Bangkok. From here, the following objectives were served. :

  • Buriram
  • Lampang
  • Mae Sot
  • Nakhon Phanom
  • Nan
  • Roi -et
  • Sakon Nakhon

From 2007 to 2009, the airport was served at Da Nang Da Nang in Vietnam as an international destination.

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