Despite continuing political uncertainty in Thailand, Thai low-cost carrier Nok Air is reportedly due to confirm an order for “several” Boeing 737 aircraft at the Singapore Airshow. NOK’s successful IPO last June raised almost $120 million, giving it money to spend on new hardware. Nok CEO Patee Sarasin said at the time he was “excited to expand overseas more,” and the airline indicated it was already looking at acquiring at least four more 737-800s in 2014. Nok has said it was aiming ...


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