Suvarnabhumi Airport

Somdej Phra Maha Muneewong (center), Abbot of Wat Rajabopit Sathitmahasimaram Rajaworavihara, presided over the Aircraft Anointing Ceremony for Thai Airways International Public Company Limited’s two aircraft, Airbus A330-300 royally bestowed the name “Samut Prakan” and Boeing 777-300ER royally bestowed the name “Medininat”.

Orange stickers designate airport taxis

Wednesday, 15 January 2014 14:39
Over 6,000 taxis at Suvarnabhumi Airport will provide 24-hour service to passengers in Bangkok during the Bangkok shutdown. Patavee Meeraj, coordinator of the Public Taxi Drivers Group at Suvarnabhumi airport, said orange stickers will be attached on all airport taxis and asked the anti-government People’s Democratic...
THAI Smile, the sub-brand and business unit of Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI), held a simultaneous launch ceremony at Suvarnabhumi Airport for the inaugural flights to two new destinations to the People’s Republic of China - to Chongqing and to Changsha.
SAMU PRAKAN, 07 Oct 2013 - Locals residing around the Suvarnabhumi Airport have showed their disapproval of the Airport of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT)'s decision to build additional runways, saying that the company should complete the compensation from the previous project first before proceeding...
Heavy traffic at Suvarnabhumi Airport and Sunday’s incident with a disabled Thai Airways International aircraft which closed a runway for three days compels the Airports of Thailand (AoT) to build a new runway as soon as possible.
Thailand’s tourism industry is enjoying record arrivals and I forecast that this good news will last for the foreseeable future subject to no natural calamities or political upheavals. Tourism revenue will climb to Bt2.0 trillion by next year. Political tensions with China’s neighbours will help...

Thailand Tourism up 19% January to April

Wednesday, 12 June 2013 14:38
International tourist arrivals to Thailand posted a growth of 19.04% during January to April this year, according to Ministry of Tourism and Sports’ data. Released late last month, the ministry’s research registered 8,841,730 trips to the country during the first four months, up from 7,427,772 visits...
Bangkok Airways, led by Puttipong Prasarttong-Osoth (center), the airline’s president, recently welcomed its latest Airbus A319 at Suvarnabhumi Airport.
At least 2.69 million tourists are expected to arrive in Thailand on 16,000 flights during the water-splashing Songkran festival, according to the Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT).
BANGKOK, April 10 -- Suvarnabhumi Airport is expected to be crowded during the long Songkran holiday weekend and passengers are advised to arrive 2-3 hours earlier for check-in. Suvarnabhumi Airport Director Vilaiwan Nadvilai said 1.6 million passengers are expected to use...
BANGKOK, April 10 – Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport was named the ‘Best Airport in the World” for 2012 by the Barcelona-based eDreams travel website. Suvarnabhumi Airport Director Vilaiwan Nadwilai said the award was announced late last month on www.edreams.com which conducted a survey...
What does mainland China’s highest grossing film of 2012 have to do with a tourist boom in Thailand? The land of smiles - once the choice destination for middle-aged male tourists, the Germans and the Japanese in the 1980s, followed by Italians and Russians in...
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) celebrated Children’s Day 2013 by taking 300 underprivileged children and students from schools in the Suvarnabhumi Airport area on an aerial tour of Bangkok and the Gulf of Thailand on board flight TG8974 operated with Boeing 747-400 aircraft.
The Bt20 promotion fare for the airport rail link service between the city centre and Suvarnabhumi airport which expired this month will not be extended, according to an executive of the state corporation.
Dr. Sorajak Kasemsuvan (second left), president of Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI), and Surapol Svetasreni (far right), governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), joined together to welcome over 21 million passengers traveling to Thailand. Together, they led the public and private...
General Prin Suwanatat, Deputy Minister of Transport, recently made a visit to observe Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) readiness to provide the following passenger services at Suvarnabhumi Airport during the New Year: catering, passenger services, baggage sorting and handling.
Bangkok Airways (PG) and Japan Airlines (JAL) this month announced the commencement of their codeshare agreement on selected flights between three airports in Japan and Bangkok operated by JAL, as well as between Bangkok and four points within the region on PG, effective from November...

THAI holds Anointing Ceremony for Airbus A330-300

Wednesday, 14 November 2012 15:39
Somdej Phra Maha Muneewong (far left), Abbot of Wat Rajabopit Sathitmahasimaram Rajaworavihara, presided over the Anointing Ceremony for Thai Airways International Public Company Limited’s two Airbus A330-300 aircraft that are royally bestowed the name “Kirimas” and “Amnatcharoen”.
BANGKOK, Sept 29 -- The first of Thai Airways International (THAI)’s six Airbus A380-800 jetliners has been delivered to the national flag carrier this morning from the Airbus assembly plant in Toulouse, France, according to Chokchai Panyayong, THAI Executive Vice President for Strategy and Business...
Somdej Phra Maha Muneewong (far left), Abbot of Wat Rajabopit Sathitmahasimaram Rajaworavihara, presided over the anointing ceremony for Thai Airways International Public Company Limited’s two aircraft, Boeing 777-200ER, royally bestowed the name “Phetchabun” and Airbus 340-600, royally bestowed the name “Nonthaburi”.
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