Thai low-cost carrier Nok Air has received a Boeing 737-800 aircraft painted in its tenth anniversary livery.
The airline’s 737-800 is registered HS-DBQ and on lease from Avolon, featuring the traditional bird-themed livery with the addition of stars, streamers and its 10th anniversary slogan painted on the aircraft, says Boeing.
"Today is an extremely exciting day for all of us at Nok Air, as the '10th Anniversary' aircraft and livery is a symbol of all the hard work and commitment of everyone at Nok Air in the past 10 years to achieve our goal of becoming Thailand's number one premium low-cost carrier," adds the airline’s chief executive Patee Sarasin. "We are proud to have worked with Boeing since we started operations and this aircraft also marks a special milestone for our partnership."
Flightglobal’s Ascend Fleets database shows that Nok Air also operates 15 other 737-800s and two ATR 72-500s.