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New Airline In Thailand

Wed Dec 12, 2001 12:21 pm

A Boeing 737-200 is right now parked at Bangkok's Don Muang Airport painted in the colours of Phuket Air.

The livery features a stylised coconut palm tree on a white tail, and the fuselage is adorned with a colourful cheatline.

Phuket Air inaugurates domestic flights on 1 Jan 2002 and you could visit the airline's website at http://www.phuketairlines.com

As I only managed to see the aircraft from the window of the SAS A340 on the night of 10Dec, I could not tell the registration on the aircraft.

KC Sim

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