|Frequent-flyer program||Saen Sabai|
|Parent company||P.B. Air Company Ltd|
|Headquarters||Vadhana, Bangkok, Thailand|
PBair was an airline with its head office in the UBC II Building in Vadhana, Bangkok, Thailand. It operated scheduled domestic and international services. Its main base was Suvarnabhumi Airport.
The airline was founded in 1990 by Piya Bhirom Bhakdi, the president of the Boon Rawd Brewery, the largest in Thailand. It was originally used for flights for brewery staff only. In 1995, it received a license to offer charter flights and started operations in 1997. In February 1999, it started scheduled flights, in alliance with Thai Airways International and Air Andaman. In November 2009 all flights were suspended until further notice. In December 2009 the owner announced that the airline was to be closed for good, and would not restart operations because of huge losses. The closure was registered with the authorities on 21 December 2009.
PBair operated the following services:
- Domestic scheduled destinations: Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi Airport), Buriram, Lampang, Nakhon Phanom, Nan, Roi Et, Sakon Nakhon, Mae Sot, Mae Hong Son (2006-2007).
In May 2009 the PBair fleet consisted of the following aircraft:
- "Directory: World Airlines." Flight International. 30 March-5 April 2004. 52.
- "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-10. pp. 61–62.
- Flight Schedule 1 April-27 October 2007
- Dornier 328 in PBair livery
- Fokker F28 in PBair livery
- Boeing 767-300 in PBair livery
- Embraer ERJ 145 LR in PBair livery
- Official website (Defunct)
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