Thai Sky Airlines
|Founded||30 January 2004|
|Commenced operations||19 May 2005|
|Ceased operations||late 2006|
|Operating bases||Don Mueang International Airport, Bangkok|
|Focus cities||Hong Kong, Bangkok|
|Fleet size||max 3|
Thai Sky Airlines Co., Ltd was a charter passenger and cargo airline based in Thailand. Its head office was in Room 708 of the 7th floor of the Le Concorde Tower in Huai Khwang District, Bangkok.
Plans for purchasing of aircraft and setting up of airport operations started in 2002 and the airline was officially established on 30 January 2004. The first flight to Hong Kong was launched on 19 May 2005. Flights to Kuala Lumpur were launched on 21 May 2005. It is a joint venture with Thai, Hong Kong and Taiwan interests, and was set up primarily to operate charter flights for tour groups travelling from Hong Kong to Thailand. The airline ceased operations in 2006.
At its peak, the Thai Sky Airlines fleet included  three Lockheed L-1011 Tristar jets. One of the few airlines still flying the plane, it had two L-1011s for passenger service and one for cargo. However, all three have been parked since August 2006 for lack of spare parts, and were cancelled from the Thai register on October 6, 2006. The airline also flew the converted Boeing 747-206BM(SUD) between 2005 and 2006 for passenger flights.
Two wide-body aircraft —
- "Contact Us." Thai Sky Airlines. 17 January 2007. Retrieved on 7 April 2013. "Head Office 7th Floor., Room 708, Leconcode Tower [sic] 202 Ratchadapisek RD., Huay Kwang,Bangkok 10320"
- "Index_1.jpg." and "Index_9.jpg." and "Index_3.jpg." Thai Sky Airlines. 15 July 2007. Retrieved on 7 April 2013. "7th Floor, Room 708, Le Concorde Tower, 202 Ratchadapisek RD., Huay Hwang, Bangkok 10320"
- Flight International, 3–9 October 2006
- HS-AXJ - Planespotters.net
- Ex KLM and Phuket Airlines Boeing 747-206BM(SUD) HS-AXJ
- airframes.org: Aircraft Registration Database
- Авіакомпанія «Хорс / Khors» Aircompany McDonnell Douglas MD-82 UR-CBO, back from lease to Thai Sky (the airline logo is still there)
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