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Nokscoot cancels charter flights to Japan, South Korea until April 27
[BANGKOK] Nokscoot, Thailand's long-haul low-cost carrier, said on Tuesday it has cancelled all charter flights to Japan and South Korea until April 27, pending licence re-evaluation by Thai authorities.
NokScoot, a joint venture between Nok Airlines PCL and a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines Ltd, has to refund more than 20,000 passengers booked on flights during the period, Chairman Patee Sarasin told Reuters.
Japan and South Korea imposed a ban in late March on charter and newly scheduled flights by Thai-registered airlines due to safety concerns highlighted by an international audit.