NokScoot livery unveiled

NokScoot has unveiled its aircraft livery together with its cabin crew uniform design. The low-cost long-haul’s Boeing 777-200 aircraft arrived at its home base, Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport, on November 23.

24th Nov 2014



NokScoot livery unveiled

NokScoot has unveiled its aircraft livery together with its cabin crew uniform design. The low-cost long-haul’s Boeing 777-200 aircraft arrived at its home base, Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport, on November 23.

The livery features the “iconic” beak of Nok Air, while the lively yellow swoosh, similar to Scoot’s, is painted across the white fuselage. The NokScoot logo stands proudly on the tail fin.

“The design not only represents our spirit of adventure and exploration, but it also reflects who we are. Our fun, cheerfulness and friendliness will be present both in the air and on the ground at all airports,” said Piya Yodmani, NokScoot’s Chief Executive Officer.

The aircraft is named ‘พราว’ in Thai, which means ‘sparkling’, while ‘Proud’, its homophone, is painted on the left side of the aircraft. The name, chosen in a staff contest, denotes the aircraft will carry NokScoot’s pride and always stand out.

Together, NokScoot introduced the design of its cabin crew uniform. Bright yellow and neat black colours are incorporated in the design “to portray the airline’s cheerfulness and professionalism.”

“The uniform will always be an evocative symbol of the enjoyable travel and friendly service that our passengers will experience when flying with NokScoot. We value simplicity and efficiency. As a result, the design looks quite minimalist, yet still smart. The design also allows our cabin crew to perform their duties comfortably,” said Piya.

 

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