Ceremony for its First Boeing 767 Aircraft

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Phra Promwachirayan Prasit Suddhibandhu (centre), presided over the aircraft anointing ceremony for Asia Atlantic Airlines’ Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. Asia Atlantic Airlines President Bobby Haque (second from left) and Baiyoke Group Chairman Panlert Baiyoke (second from right) were also present at the ceremony held at the auspicious time of 2:00 p.m. on August 7th at Suvarnabhumi Airport. Asia Atlantic Airlines will begin operations with two Boeing 767-300ER aircraft to Tokyo and Osaka, later expanding to offer routes throughout the region as further aircraft are delivered.
A Dynamic New Force
Asia Atlantic Airlines is a dynamic new force in the region’s leisure airline industry offering a legacy carrier service that adheres to the very highest standards of Asian hospitality. A joint venture between Japan‘s H.I.S. Group and Thailand’s Baiyoke Group. The airline will commence operations with flights from Suvarnabhumi International Airport to Tokyo (Narita) and Osaka (Kansai) utilising two Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. Asia Atlantic Airlines plans to expand its network to include China, South Korea, Guam and Hawaii as further aircraft are delivered.
Committed to offering a comfortable and convenient experience, passengers travelling on Asia Atlantic Airlines will have access to both a departure lounge and dedicated immigration counters at Suvarnabhumi International Airport. On-board, the experienced Thai and Japanese cabin crew will offer the highest level of safety and service.
“With our years of experience of leisure tours in Asia, we offer convenience not only for tour operators but also guests, who will enjoy the highest standards of safety and service comparable with legacy carriers,” said Bobby Haque, President of Asia Atlantic Airlines.
About Asia Atlantic Airlines
Asia Atlantic Airlines is a dynamic new force in Asia’s airline industry. A chartered airline alliance between Japan’s H.I.S. Group and Thailand’s Baiyoke Group of Hotels. Strategically located in Bangkok, the fleet of Boeing 767-300ER aircraft will serve passengers travelling between Thailand and Japan, through Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Tokyo (Narita), Osaka (Kansai) and continually expanding the fleet to service routes throughout the region. For more information please visit: www.AsiaAtlanticAirlines.com
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