Low-cost carrier One-Two-Go Airlines is undergoing a major fleet expansion as it recently signed a deal to acquire 14 McDonnell Douglas MD-80 jets from Japan Airlines, bringing its fleet to 22 jetliners.  The move is meant to take on the rapidly expanding rival Thai AirAsia. One-Two-Go executives are looking for the airline to emerge from the shadow of its parent, Orient Thai Airlines.  The carrier is planning to begin flying to overseas destination including Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Singapore, Malaysia, Bali and Bangladesh.
Bangkok Post