Formed in 2002. International, charter, passenger, jet airplane services.
September 2002: 3 737-2B7's (998-23115, N282AU; 1039-23131, HS-VKK; 1054-23135, N288AU), ex-US Airways (USA), Jetran leased.
November 2002: NAMC YS-11A (2097, /69 HS-KVU) leased to Phuket Air (PHK).
September 2003: 737-2B7 (1039-23131, HS-VKK), wet-leased to Phuket Air (PHK).
March 2006: Phuket Air (PHK) shareholders scrapped the airline and applied for a fresh license for a new carrier called Suvarnabhumi Airlines (SVZ), according to "The Nation" newspaper. The new airline will fly from Bangkok to Ranong, Buri Ram, Chiang Mai and Phuket with two 737s. Shareholders also filed to launch a second carrier called "Holiday Airlines," which will operate to Beijing, Seoul and Tokyo using three 747s. Phuket Air (PHK) has had a troubled past, with technical problems grounding airplanes around the world.