One-Two-GO Airlines (วัน-ทู-โก แอร์ไลน์) is a low-cost airline based in Bangkok, Thailand. Its main base is Don Mueang International Airport, Bangkok.
The Thai Department of Civil Aviation DCA grounded One-Two-Go for 56 days beginning July 23, 2008, and gave Orient Thai Airlines 30 days to improve its flight operations following accusations of poor flight operations surrounding the crash of One-Two-Go Airlines Flight 269. One-Two-Go announced a voluntary suspension of all flights until September 15, 2008; however, on September 12, Orient Thai announced a further postponement to an unspecified "later date".
The airline started operations on December 3
with a Bangkok
Incidents and accidents
- One-Two-GO Airlines Flight 269, an MD-82 flying from Bangkok with 123 passengers and seven crew members, crashed in strong winds and heavy rain after attempting to land at Phuket International Airport on 16 September, 2007. The aircraft was mostly destroyed in the blazing inferno that soon developed after the crash as the fuselage tore in two. 90 people were killed. Most of the passengers were foreigners. Officials stated that weather was a probable factor.. The cause of the crash was later determined to be pilot error.
As of September 2008
, Orient Thai has suspended all flights.
In May 2007, One-Two-GO operated scheduled flights to the following destinations:
As of July 8 2008
, the One-Two-GO Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft