|Hubs||Don Mueang International Airport|
|Company slogan||Do it by heart|
|Headquarters||Khlong Toei, Bangkok, Thailand|
|Key people||Kajit Habanananda, Chairman|
Orient Thai Airlines Co., Ltd. is a Thai airline with its head office in Khlong Toei, Bangkok. It operates charter and scheduled services in Southeast Asia and is based at Don Mueang International Airport.
Orient Thai Airlines and its now-defunct wholly owned domestic carrier One-Two-GO Airlines are the only Thai airlines to bear a royal seal, made possible by the owner's, Udom Tantiprasonchai, close relationship with the King of Thailand, based on Mr Tantiprasongchai's history of breaking traditional commercial barriers for Thailand. Prior to their current location, Orient Thai and its subsidiary One-Two-GO were headquartered in Don Mueang District, Bangkok.
On 22 July 2008, shortly after the crash of One-Two-GO Airlines Flight 269 in Phuket which killed 89 people, and after the Internet publication of illegally excessive work hours and check ride fraud, Orient Thai and One-Two-GO were ordered to suspend service for 56 days. On 22 September 2010, Orient Thai took delivery of its first Boeing 747-400 aircraft, previously registered as N548MD, and arrived at the Orient Thai base as HS-STC. In November 2015, Orient Thai Airways signed a contract with the Amadeus IT Group to be listed in Global Distribution Systems for the first time.
As of November 2017, Orient Thai Airlines serves the following scheduled destinations:
As of February 2018, the Orient Thai Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft:
|Boeing 737–300||6||—||5 currently stored|
|Boeing 737–400||2||—||both currently stored|
|Boeing 747-400||3||—||all currently stored|
|Boeing 767-300||5||—||all currently stored|
|Boeing 767-300ER||1||—||currently stored|
|Boeing 737–300||2||ex Continental Airlines and Air China|
|Boeing 747–100||2||ex Japan Airlines|
|Boeing 747-100SR/SUD||2||ex Japan Airlines|
|Boeing 747-200B||7||ex Japan Airlines, United Airlines and Orange Air aircraft|
|Boeing 747-200SF||1||Cargo aircraft ex Japan Airlines; sold to MK Airlines|
|Boeing 747-200SCD||1||Cargo aircraft ex Japan Airlines; sold to MK Airlines|
|Boeing 747–300||6||ex Korean Air and Japan Airlines; 1 sold to Max Air|
|Boeing 747-300M||1||ex KLM|
|Boeing 747–400||1||ex Garuda Indonesia|
|Boeing 747-400M||1||ex Saudia; sold to Eaglexpress|
|Boeing 767-300ER||1||ex Aeroflot|
|McDonnell Douglas MD-81||2||ex Japan Airlines|
|McDonnell Douglas MD-82||2||ex MontAir and China Southern Airlines|
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