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PBair was a Thai airline in operation from 1990 to 2009. Based out of Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport, PBair operated domestic flights in Thailand and international flights to Vietnam and South Korea. PBair was originally founded by the Boonrawd Brewery, Thailand's largest brewery, to provide flights for their staff. The airline opened its flights to the public in 1997 in alliance with Thai Airways International and Air Andaman. PBairlines closed in December 2009 following huge losses.

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