BANGKOK, 6 January 2014 The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has prepared measures to deal with anti-government protesters' "Shutdown Bangkok" operation. The BMA said it might set up mobile offices to provide service for the people in case of emergency.
Due to the anti-government protesters' plan to occupy Bangkok on January 13, 2014, traffic in Bangkok might be closed in some areas.
Passengers flying with THAI on that day have been advised to leave for Suvarnabhumi Airport at least 4 hours prior to their flight.
THAI still operates as normal. Passengers can check your flight status at www.thaiairways.com or http://bit.ly/THAIflightcheck.
BANGKOK, 6 January 2014 Suvarnabhumi airport authorities stated that the number of tourist arrivals has already shrunk by 40 percent due to political protests.
BANGKOK, 6 Jan 2014, The Thai Airways Labor Union will hand in a letter to Transport Minister Chadchart Sittipunt tomorrow to follow up on the progress of the union's demand for the removal of the Thai Airways current chairman and the acting president.
BANGKOK, 06 Jan 2014, Kasikorn Assets Co. Ltd (K-Assets) and Kasikorn Research Co. Ltd (K-Research) have forecast that this week’s stock market index will likely fluctuate, with a chance of contraction; citing lpcal political tension and the result of the U.S. Federal Reserve meeting as the key influencing factors.
BANGKOK 6 January 2014 The Comptroller- General’s Department (CGD) has admitted that budget disbursements for 2014 might miss the annual target as the political conflicts in the country will delay how the government budge is allocated.
SAMUTPRAKAN, 6 Jan 2014, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has presided over the opening ceremony of OTOP shops in Suvarnabhumi International Airport.
BANGKOK, 6 January 2014 Most of Thailand officially have begun to warm up as the average temperature rose by 2 degree Celsius today.
UDON THANI, 6 January 2014 Pro-government networks in the Northeast are holding a meeting in Udon Thani to determine their next move against the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) during an upcoming shutdown of Bangkok.