Nok Air signs up with ECS Group

By Damian Brett

L-R: Chirasak Chandratat (AVS GSA TH), Monchai Jirakiertivadhana (AVS GSA), Wutthiphum Jurangkool (Nok Air), Pravej Ongartsittigul (Nok Air)

Low-cost Thai carrier Nok Air  has concluded a Total Cargo Management (TCM) agreement with GSSA ECS Group.

AVS GSA Thailand, a subsidiary of ECS Group, is leading the contract to manage capacity sales and operations for all Nok Air international routes.

Currently, Nok Air operates 65 flights per week from Don Muang International airport to international destinations including Ho Chi Minh, Yangon, Nanning, Nantong and Zhengzhou.

Monchai Jirakiertivadhana, AVS GSA chief executive, said: “Nok Air made the right decision choosing us to manage its cargo activities and improve its revenue performance. Indeed, our investments in digitalisation and in tailor-made services, especially in TCM services, allow us to provide total and complete management of all cargo activities, supported by digital solutions and tools to improve the airline’s business development. We are delighted to represent such a dynamic airline and are also proud of the trust Nok Air has placed in us. It says a lot about the quality of the services we are delivering.”

With a six-person team dedicated to Nok Air, AVS GSA TH, based in Bangkok, plans to link traffic and services with Nok Air’s network as well as their interline partners from Don Muang International Airport to various destinations.

 

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