Today marks an exciting moment for Thailand’s aviation industry as a brand new Thai full-service carrier called Really Cool Airlines is officially announced.

This new airline will potentially compete directly with Thai Airways by offering lucrative onboard products and amenities.

About Really Cool Airlines

Really Cool Airlines is a Thai full-service airline founded by Patee Sarasin, former chairman of Thailand’s low-cost carrier – Nok Air, with a mission to revolutionize aviation, tourism, and logistics through innovative and exceptional service

As the name states, this new airline will bring new innovations to the current airline industry. It will also aim to revitalize Thailand’s aviation and hospitality industry which was crippled during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Patee Sarasin, CEO of Really Cool Airlines

“We are thrilled to introduce Really Cool Airlines and look forward to providing travelers with an exceptional flying experience. Our team of experts has worked tirelessly to create a new standard for the aviation industry, and we’re excited to unveil in the coming months what we have in store.”

Patee Sarasin, CEO of Really Cool Airlines

Its mission is to prioritize global safety standards and service excellence, with the ‘We Fly the Future’ ethos.

Really Cool Airline’s Fleet & Routes

As of now, the airline has announced that with regards to the aircraft types, destinations, and route network, will be revealed in the coming months.

Talks with both manufacturers – Boeing and Airbus are underway however, it is highly likely that the airline will receive Airbus A350 as its first aircraft.

Really Cool Airlines are planning to launch its inaugural flight before the end of 2023. Furthermore, the details on the approaches and services which will ‘set Really Cool Airlines apart from the rest of the world’ will also be unveiled soon.


Today, Thailand’s airline industry has welcomed its newest airline called Really Cool Airlines. The airline will bring completely new innovations and passenger experiences and also take part to revitalize Thailand’s aviation and tourism industries.

whilst the details of the fleet and the routes are not yet revealed, the airline announced its plan to commence inaugural flights by the end of 2023.