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Company ProfileThai AirAsia is the joint venture of AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia AirAsia) and Thailand’s Asia Aviation. The airline operates using ICAO code AIQ and IATA code FD. It serves the low cost carrier market in Thailand, operating to 67 destinations from its main hub at the Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok. Some of the airline’s local Thai destinations are the Chiang Mai International Airport, Phuket International Airport, and Hat Yai International Airport. Internationally, it has flights scheduled to various airports in Asia such as Jaipur Airport, Kota Kinabalu International Airport, Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Changi Airport, and Phnom Penh International Airport. The airline which uses the slogan “Now Everyone Can Fly” is the passenger’s choice not only because of its low fare, but also the airline’s services. AirAsia has won the Asia’s Leading Low-Cost Airline title for six years in a row at the World Travel Awards Asia and Australia, and ranked 3 star by Skytrax. If you are a member of the AirAsia mileage, the AirAsia BIG, you can access various services on the official website, here. Thai AirAsia’s Heaf Office address is 222 Don Mueang International Airport, 3rd Floor, Central Office Building, Room No. 3200 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Don Mueang, Bangkok, Thailand 10210.
HistoryThai AirAsia is the result of AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia AirAsia) expansion to Thailand, and a joint venture between the Malaysian low-cost carrier and Thailand’s Asia Aviation Plc. It was established two years after AirAsia was bought by its owner, Tony Fernandes, from DRB-HICOM in 2004. The first ever flight under the airline was a domestic flight from Don Mueang International Airport to Hat Yai International Airport. At first, the airline only operate flights between Bangkok and Hat Yai, it started serving more domestic and international routes. Currently, it operates 62 airlines in its fleet to more than 60 destinations both in Thailand and other countries in Asia such as China, Viet Nam, Malaysia, and Singapore.