One-Two-GO Airlines

One-Two-GO Airlines

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One-Two-GO Airlines () was a low-cost airline based in Don Mueang, Bangkok, Thailand. Following the crash of OG 269 in Phuket, Thailand on September 16, 2007, One-Two-GO was banned from flying in European Union nations due to safety concerns."." EU Bans Thai, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Benin Airlines From EU. Its main base was Don Mueang International Airport, Bangkok. Always owned and managed by Orient Thai Airlines and owned by CEO Udom Tantiprasongchai and his wife Nina Tantriprasongchai, the One-Two-GO brand was retired in July 2010, and the aircraft re-branded as Orient Thai Airlines.


The airline started operations on 3 December 2003.

On 8 April 2009, the European Commission added One-Two-GO Airlines to its blacklist of airline operators banned from entering European airspace.

Former destinations

One-Two-GO Airlines served the following destinations:


Former fleet

The One-Two-GO Airlines fleet consisted of the following...
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