Rak aow yu

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Rak aow yu movie poster.

Movie (2012)
Also known as:

  • Love Conquer All
  • Love at First Flood

Thai title: รักเอาอยู่

Rattapoom Tokongsup (Thung)
Budsarin Yokpraypan (Sui)
Attapong Attagitgul (Sangmong)
Bencharat Visitkitchakarn (Bua)

A romantic comedy that is set during the recent (2011) flood crisis in Thailand.

McDonnell Douglas MD-82

Don Mueang International Airport (DMK/VTBD) in 2011 Bangkok flood event.
Judging by its position [1], this aircraft is registration HS-OMD, c/n 49485/1316 built in 1986, scrapped in 2015. Operated by Orient Thai Airlines at the time but still wearing its former One-Two-GO Airlines livery.

Reg. HS-OMD McDonnell Douglas MD-82 of One-Two-GO Airlines.

Various Aircraft

Various flood-damaged aircraft at Don Mueang International Airport (DMK/VTBD) in 2011 Bangkok flood event.

On the most left (only top-engine, vertical stabilizer and a wing visible) is a Lockheed L-1011 TriStar of Thai Sky Airlines, registration HS-AXE, c/n 1097, built in 1974, now unflyable body is on display at the Chang Chui Market (Thai: ช่างชุ่ย) in Bangkok. (Identified by the parking position [2]. There are also another two flood-damaged TriStars in 2011 Don Mueang Airport flood: reg. HS-AXA and reg. N388LS, both are not visible in the movie.)


Boeing 747-2U3B and NAMC YS-11A

At Don Mueang International Airport (DMK/VTBD) in 2011 Bangkok flood event.
747 registration HS-VAK, c/n 22249/468 built in 1980. Last operated for Phuket Air, stored at VTBD since August 2005.

Reg. HS-VAK Boeing 747-2U3B and NAMC YS-11A of Phuket Air.

Boeing 747SR-146B(SUD) and NAMC YS-11A

Boeing 747SR-146B(SUD) of Orient Thai Airlines at Don Mueang International Airport (DMK/VTBD) in 2011 Bangkok flood event, registration HS-UTM, c/n 23637/655, built in 1986, scrapped.
Behind are a trio of NAMC YS-11As that formerly flew for Phuket Air: HS-KVA, HS-KUO and HS-KVO.

Reg. HS-UTM Boeing 747SR-146B(SUD) of Orient Thai Airlines.

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