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NokScoot Welcomes 10 Lucky Travellers to Fly Free to Japan

NokScoot is pleased to welcome ten lucky travelers to explore Japan’s most iconic destinations as part of its highly successful “Best Job in Thailand” campaign.

Over 200 eager applicants applied, with the 10 lucky winners and their guests awarded the chance to fly to Tokyo on NokScoot. They also receive complementary accommodation provided by Expedia plus an additional THB 15,000 pocket money to spend out on the town compliments of NokScoot.

“We have been very successful with our social media campaign. It reaffirms our belief that most Thais enjoy travelling to Japan. Contestants who are passionate about travelling put their courage and passion on display when introducing themselves in unique, quirky, and fun-filled videos. This captured their personalities and wanderlust spirit,” said Mr. Buhdy Bok, Head of Commercial of NokScoot.

“This exclusive collaboration between Expedia and NokScoot allows the 10 lucky travelers to shop, discover, explore, and eat while sharing their Tokyo experiences and its chic, urban lifestyle with their friends, family and followers,” Mr. Buhdy added.

NokScoot operates daily flights on the Don Muang to Narita route using Boeing 777-200 wide-bodied twin-aisle jets. Configured with a total of 415 seats, the 777 offers 24 Business Class seats and 391 Economy seats. Passengers can customize their travel experience to suit personal preferences, such as a selection from variety of meals, preferred seats and additional baggage allowance as they wish.

NokScoot is the offspring of Singapore’s Scoot and Thailand’s Nok Air and carries the award-winning DNA of both airlines. Last year it enjoyed robust revenue growth, up by 44% from 2016 to THB 5.6 billion (US$ 175 million), carrying 37% more passengers to 1.1 million. The airline also boosted its cabin factor to 87%, eight percentage points higher than the previous year.