THE PHOENIX GROUP

The Phoenix Group comprising Phoenix Aviation Int'l Limited and Phoenix Aviation Thailand Limited established to leverage international relationships between global and Thailand business experts and deliver knowledge combined with practical experience, resources and investments to Thailand with a focus on small and regional airports.

PHOENIX AVIATION INT'L LIMITED

Hong Kong

Phoenix Aviation International Limited (Hong Kong) builds professional teams for the specific purpose of streamlining systems and adding value to regional airports across Asia recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic with commercial projects delivering sustainable revenue streams with projects that expand traditional airport operations to serve local residents along with visiting tourists to the area.

PHOENIX AVIATION THAILAND LIMITED

Thailand

Working with local businesses and government authorities, Phoenix Aviation Thailand Limited collaborates with regional businesses and teams of international experts to develop projects that attract global investment and deliver expanded commercial services that leverage the potential of regional markets across the country.

OUR STORY

It all began with a group of people who dreamt of starting something completely new. We had a great vision, a passion for change and all the right skills. Together, we established Phoenix Aviation Int'l Limited.

Airport Commercial Development

On 7 April 2021, The Phoenix Group announced a new venture that leverages private enterprise to create a best in class airport experience by assisting the government with plans to upgrade the airport and make Hua Hin” Open to the World”.

With the launch of the Phoenix-Plan, commercial partners will benefit from innovative opportunities to conduct a broad range of activities projects ranging from duty-free shopping, new retail brands at the terminal and MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Exhibitions) to tourism loyalty programs and with a plan to increase commercial activities at Hua Hin Airport, including allocation of hanger space, commercial in-terminal shops, private jet aircraft logistics, ground services.

As the world awakens from the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, Thailand is preparing to re-open for tourism with international flights expected to join national traffic and begin arriving in Hua Hin before the end of 2021. The initial target is two overseas flights per day by the end of 2022, building to five daily flights 2025.